GREGG TOWNSHIP SUPERVISOR
NOVEMBER 5, 2018
David Masser, Chairman, called the meeting to order at 3:00pm, as advertised in the Standard Journal, with the following in attendance: Mike Keiser, Vice Chairman; Arthur Masser, Supervisor: and Jodi Willow, Secretary/Treasurer.
General Fund- Discussed
State Fund- Discussed
Light Fund- Discussed
Motion by David Masser, second by Mike Keiser to adjourn the meeting at 4:07pm. Unanimous.
GREGG TOWNSHIP SUPERVISORS
NOVEMBER 5, 2018
David Masser, Chairman, called the meeting to order at 4:30pm with the following in attendance: Mike Keiser, Vice Chairman; Arthur Masser, Supervisor; Doug Hovey, Zoning Officer; Brian Kerstetter, Solicitor; Tom MacDonald, CKCOG; and Jodi Willow, Secretary/Treasurer.
Motion by David Masser, second by Mike Keiser to approve the October 1, 2018 meeting minutes, the financial report and the payment of bills. Unanimous.
Zoning- A permit was issued last week.
Driveway Ordinance- Brian Kerstetter will draw up a driveway ordinance with regulations for future driveways.
Codes-Tom MacDonald was present to discuss 62 Poplar Ave. Letters have been sent to the last known address of the Rohn family regarding the height of the grass. They have not been picked up. He has tried contacting a law firm that had dealt with the Rohn’s before and they stated that they no longer represent them. The house has been posted as uninhabitable. If there is no estate opened for the property, the township could petition the court for an estate to be opened and have the township in charge of it. The solicitor will check to see if the taxes are being paid and when it will go to tax sale if they have not been paid.
Fisher’s trailer park has fixed all the issues that CKCOG had noted. The one that was uninhabitable has been removed and a new one was brought in.
Roadmaster- The trail camera has been ordered. Custom Cut Tree Service is supposed to come this week to finish the tree trimming job.
GTMA- The board reviewed the minutes prior to the meeting.
Secretary- 1)Motion by David Masser, second by Mike Keiser to tentatively adopt the 2019 budget. Unanimous. 2)Propane quotes- the quotes were as follows:
Superior- cost on the day of delivery plus $0.30
Suburban- $1.99 fixed for a year
Heller’s- $1.39 fixed for a year
Motion by David Masser, second by Mike Keiser to stay with Heller’s at a price of $1.39 per gallon. Unanimous.
Ag Preservation Donation- Motion by David Masser, second by Mike Keiser to donate the budgeted amount of $5,000 to Union County Agricultural Land Preservation Board. Unanimous.
Motion by David Masser, second by Mike Keiser to adjourn the meeting at 4:55pm. Unanimous.
AUGUST 15, 2018
Tom Snoddy, Chairman, called the meeting to order at 7:34pm with the following in attendance: Ken Kipp, Treasurer; Ryan Runkle, Member; Doug Hovey, Zoning Officer; and Jodi Willow, Secretary.
The secretary read the minutes from the July 18, 2018 meeting. The minutes were approved as read.
Treasurer’s Report- The balance remains $110.99.
Public Comment- None
White Deer Run- The commission reviewed the Component 4A municipal planning agency review for White Deer Run. The zoning officer had filled out the form minus 2 questions. GTMA’s engineer provided the answers to those. The commission decided to answer the question of “Is this plan consistent with the municipal Official Sewage Facilities Plan?” with the answer “White Deer Run is not addressed in the current 537 plan”.
Domestic Livestock amendment- The commission will review the amendment to discuss at the next meeting.
Motion by Ryan Runkle, second by Ken Kipp to adjourn the meeting at 8:30pm. Unanimous.