January 6, 2020
The Franklin Township Reorganizational Meeting was held on January 6, 2020 in the township building. Present at the meeting were Chairperson Mark Creamer, Supervisors Phil DePue and Lee Burch, the Secretary/Treasurer, Jeanne Sullivan and the people on the attached sign-in list. Mark called the meeting to order at 7:03 PM. The pledge to the flag was recited.
Mark read the 2020 Organizational Chart for Franklin Township. The chart is attached. Mark explained that there will be a meeting on January 30th with Bryan Jordon from PSATS regarding a pension plan for Roy.
At the end of the meeting Mark stated that Lee Burch would be the Chairperson for 2020. The Organization was adjourned and the Regular Monthly meeting was conducted with the new chairperson.
Lee made a motion to accept the chart. Mark seconded the motion. The motion passed.
Regular Monthly Meeting directly followed the Reorganizational Meeting.
Jeanne was asked to read the minutes to the December meeting. Lee made a motion to accept the minutes as read. Mark seconded the motion. The motion was passed. Jeanne read the treasurer’s report. Lee made a motion to accept the report as read. Mark seconded the motion. The report was passed.
PSATS Trustees Insurance and Retirement Services sent the Disclosure Statement for 2019 for the Municipal Pension Plan Funding Standard and Recover Act.
PA DEP sent a copy of a letter to SWN about the Background and Statewide Health Standards Final Report Approval at the Webster Well Pad.
Charlotte Smetzer sent a letter about concerns about the property she owns on the corner of Hawk and Bolles Roads.
A Compliance Audit was received on the Snake Creek Volunteer Firemen’s Relief Association.
Township’s Resolution No. 2020-1 was read, approved and signed by the supervisors.
FEMA/PEMA – Phil explained that documents had been filed for Holy, Hunsinger and Johnson Roads and an additional document for Holy Road only. Phil explained the work that had been done, the worked that needed to be done, the process and answered questions.
Lee went the Bootcamp Workshop. He highlighted important information from the workshop.
Roy gave the roadmaster report.
Lee made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Phil seconded the motion. The meeting was adjourned at 7:50 PM.
|Capital Reserve Impact||22,805.74|
|9933||Little and Nelson||26.00|
|9938||Montrose Auto Part||22.40|
|9945||Highmark Blue Shield||823.72|
1/21 – $15,000.00 to Payroll Account
1/9 – 4,225.80
1/29 – 1,514.55
|2624||L & D Stoneworks||617.24|
|2628||Binghamton Truck and Tire||1,901.50|
1/9 – 472.12
1/9 – 637.41
1/21 – from General to payroll $15,000.00