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GREGG TOWNSHIP SUPERVISORS
NOVEMBER 2, 2020
MEETING MINUTES
 
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; Jason Koch and Paul Campbell, GTMA; and Jodi Willow, Secretary, Treasurer.
 
Motion by David Masser, second by Mike Keiser to approve the October 5, 2020 meeting minutes, the financial report and the payment of bills.  Unanimous.
 
Correspondence- 1) WRAFD Ambulance Membership form- motion by Arthur Masser, second by Mike Keiser to approve the commercial ambulance membership for $75.00.  Unanimous.
 
Reports-
Zoning- The gas station at the end of town has been closed both times Doug has tried to stop.  The Rt 15 & 44 commercial property only has a building permit for a shell building.  They will need to get another building permit to do any inside work.  They will also need a new zoning permit if they plan to have more than 2 uses in the building, as the one they have was only approved for a restaurant and office tenant.
 
New Business-
Love Hill Venue- The township received a complaint letter from someone who attended a wedding at the venue(it is a barn that has been fixed up to hold weddings and events).
The complaint stated that the venue is not handicapped accessible and does not have sprinklers.  The township sent the complainant a letter asking her to send her complaint to CKCOG.  Once the COG has received her complaint, they will follow up on it.
 
Codes/Sewage- None
 
Engineer- None
 
Roadmaster- The spreaders have been put on the trucks and crack sealing on Russell Road and Enterprise Blvd has been completed.  Art stated that the crack sealing should be done by the linear foot from now on instead of by volume.
 
Solicitor- None
 
GTMA- The minutes were read prior to the meeting.
 
 
Secretary- Secretary- Motion by Mike Keiser, second by Art Masser to tentatively approve the 2021 budget with final approval to occur at the December meeting.  Unanimous.
 
Old Business- None
 
Public Comment- None
 
Motion by David Masser, second by Mike Keiser to adjourn the meeting at 4:39pm.  Unanimous.
 
 

 

GREGG TOWNSHIP SUPERVISORS
DECEMBER 7, 2020
MEETING MINUTES
 
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(via phone); Fran O’Brien, Attorney for Snappy’s; David Veit, Snappy’s; and Jodi Willow, Secretary/Treasurer.
 
Motion by David Masser, second by Art Masser, to approve the November 2, 2020 meeting minutes, the financial report and the payment of bills.  Unanimous.
 
Correspondence- None
 
Zoning- The board reviewed the Mericle subdivision plan.  Motion by Art Masser, second by Mike Keiser to conditionally approve the Mericle subdivision plans contingent upon the signature of the certificate of ownership and Union County Planning blocks.  Unanimous.
 
Codes/Sewage- None
 
Engineer- The board reviewed PennCore Consultings final inspection.  The secretary will forward the review to Doug for him to send to Tim Turner.
 
Roadmaster- The plow is on the white Ford F550.  The equipment was run to charge the batteries.  If ice is expected, the township will pre treat.
 
Solicitor- None
 
GTMA- The minutes were read prior to the meeting.
 
Secretary
1)2021 Budget- motion by David Masser, second by Mike Keiser to approve and adopt the 2021 Gregg Township Budget.  Unanimous.
2) Tax Levy Resolution- Motion by David Masser, second by Art Masser to approve Tax Levy Resolution #2020-04, keeping the tax rates the same as 2020.  Unanimous.
 
New Business-Brian Kerstetter closed the regular meeting and opened the public hearing as advertised in the Standard- Journal at 4:48.  The public hearing was to discuss the transfer of a liquor license from East Buffalo to Gregg Township for Snappy’s Gas Station.  They currently have 10 locations in PA and 7 out of the 10 sell beer and wine.  It will have a fresh grill and seating for 30.  Patrons will be allowed to drink one beer on site.  Motion by Mike Keiser, second by Art Masser to approve the
transfer of liquor license R1700 from East Buffalo to Gregg Township.  Unanimous.  The solicitor closed the public hearing at 4:58pm.
 
Public Comment- None
 
Motion by David Masser, second by Mike Keiser to adjourn the meeting at 4:59pm. Unanimous.
 
 
 
GREGG TOWNSHIP SUPERVISORS
DECEMBER 14, 2020
PUBLIC HEARING
 
David Masser, Chairman, called the meeting to order at 2:00pm with the following in attendance:  Mike Keiser, Vice Chairman; Arthur Masser, Supervisor; Brian Kerstetter, Township Solicitor and Francis O’Brien, Snappy’s Solicitor via phone; Katrina Rote, Michael’s Beverage; and Jodi Willow, Secretary/Treasurer.
 
Brian Kerstetter opened the meeting, as advertised in the Standard-Journal.  He asked for any public comment.  Hearing none, motion by Michael Keiser, second by Arthur Masser to approve the Intermunicipal Transfer of Liquor License R19799 from East Buffalo Township to Gregg Township for Snappy’s Gas Station.  Unanimous.
 
Motion by David Masser, second by Mike Keiser to adjourn the meeting at 2:06pm.  Unanimous.

 

 

GREGG TOWNSHIP
PLANNING COMMISSION
NOVEMBER 18, 2020
 
Tom Snoddy, Chairman, called the meeting to order at 7:30pm with the following in attendance:  Dan King, Vice Chairman; Ken Kipp, Treasurer; Ryan Runkle, Member; Doug Hovey, Zoning Officer; Bryan McManus and Steve Maakestad, Mericle; and Jodi Willow, Secretary.
 
The Secretary read the minutes from the August 19, 2020 meeting.  The minutes were approved as read.
 
Treasurer’s Report- The balance as of October 31, 2020 remains $391.99.
 
Public Comment- None
 
New Business- Bryan McManus and Steve Maakestad, Mericle, were present to discuss the subdivision plan they submitted for the approximately 57 acres between Campbell’s and Weaver’s on Russell Road.  They need an extension of Russell Road and utilities for the lot.  The subdivision plan includes a .48 acre lot on the south side of Russell Road for the road to be widened to a 24 ft cartway with 6 ft shoulders and drainage swales.  They would like this lot dedicated to the township once the road improvement is complete.  Motion by Dan King to forward the Subdivision Plan for Lot 10 and 11 to the Board of Supervisors for approval with the following conditions:
1)    Plan must have surveyors seal and it must be executed
2)    Bearings and dimensions must be provided for the 0.48 acre lot
3)    Certificate of ownership must be executed
4)    Plan must have County planning commission statement
5)    Correct the zoning table to side and rear setbacks- 100ft and front 80 ft
The motion was seconded by Ryan Runkle.  Unanimous.
There is a company that is interested in the property.  They would need a 400k ft² building.  It is a manufacturer.  The roadway would need to be widened and would be done to the townships specs.  Mericle has already spoken to the sewer, water and gas companies regarding extending these utilities.  Gas will be the most difficult as it will need to be extended from Reptiland.
The commission will review the previous traffic study that was done for Great Stream Commons to see during what stages certain conditions kick in.  Doug suggests sharing plans with PennDOT.
 
Old Business- Doug spoke with Tim Turner, who built the shell building at Rt 15 & 44.  They currently have a zoning permit for a restaurant and office.  Their building permit was only for the shell building, giving them no ability to work inside.  They will need to
 
get a new zoning permit if the uses change and another building permit to do the inside work.
A call was received from Rod Neitz, CKCOG, regarding White Deer Run.  The new dormitory they built does not have access to the whole building for the fire department if there would be a fire.  The closest they could get would be 160 ft.  West Buffalo is requiring developers to coordinate with the fire department regarding hydrants.  Warrior Run Fire Department has been made aware of this situation and was going to contact White Deer Run.
 
Motion by Dan King, second by Ryan Runkle to adjourn the meeting at 8:36pm.  Unanimous.

 

 

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