February 22, 2018

February 22, 2018

 

 

Members present: Kerry Bumbaugh

                              Robert Gunder

                              Ed Wilson

                             

 

  1. Meeting of Quincy Township Board of Supervisors was called to order at 8:30 am by Chairman Bumbaugh followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.  Four residents, and Corey Kaiser were in attendance.

     

  2. There was no initial public comment.

 

  1. The Minutes from February 6, 2018 were approved on a Wilson/Gunder motion. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. A meeting between the Board of Supervisors, Mont Alto Municipal Authority and White Rock was very positive about water to Penn National Town Center. Patti Nitterhouse called after the meeting and asked where they go from here and was informed that an intermunicipal agreement between Mont Alto Authority and Quincy Township was the next step in the process. A Wilson/Gunder motion approved moving forward on the agreement with Mont Alto Municipal Authority for a water supply to Penn National Town Center. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. The Trust agreement for the Fairview Tomstown Street light fund was discussed. BB & T would like to liquidate the assets after the March bill has been paid and then send a check to the Township, so we can place it in funds to continue to pay for the street lights. Allen Peck questioned about the condition of the street lights and possibly replacing them. He was informed that the street light themselves are the property of Allegheny Power, we just pay an electric bill for the lights.

 

  1. On March 5, 2018 there is going to be an audit of the TCE Water Grant by the State.

 

  1. Our most recent Liquid Fuels audit passed with no findings.

 

  1. A Gunder/Wilson motion approved Resolution 2018 -4, Water Tap Fee & User Rates. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. A Gunder/Wilson motion approved releasing the Quincy Village Small House Performance Bond except for $10,000 due to a basin not being completed. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. A Wilson/ Gunder motion approved advertising Ordinance #137 amendment. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. Supervisor Wilson asked if the Resolutions and Ordinances could be sent to him be email before the meetings.

 

  1. Supervisor Wilson asked the Board if a dusk to dawn light could be placed at the corner of the office building. After the last meeting a resident slipped on a patch of ice and he believes that it being dark in that area contributed to the fall.

 

  1. A Gunder/Wilson motion approved resigning a revised grant application for PA Small Water Grants. Motion carried unanimously. Supervisor Gunder explained that after submitting the grant application he was notified that we cannot include in-kind expenses in the grant application. The Supervisors would like to contact our State Senators and Representatives and the grant specifications.

 

  1. Supervisor Gunder discussed Roger and Deb Mong approaching the Township about renovating an existing house on property on Gap road. When property was subdivided a note stating not to be sold separately was placed on the plans. They would like that to be removed. A Gunder/Wilson motion approved Roger & deb to proceed. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. Supervisor Bumbaugh informed the Board that the second new truck is back from Richard’s.

 

  1. During the final public comment period, Frank Mong questioned about letter from final living member about money going to street light fund if sold and that the letter was to be made a part of the minutes

 

 

  1. The meeting adjourned on a Wilson/Gunder motion at 8:58 am.

 

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