March 3, 2020
The Franklin Township Regular Monthly Meeting was held on March 3, 2020 in the township building. Present at the meeting were Chairperson Lee Burch, Supervisors Phil DePue, and Mark Creamer, Secretary/Treasurer Jeanne Sullivan the people on the attached sign-in list. Lee called the meeting to order at 7:00PM. The pledge to the flag was recited. Jeanne read the minutes from the last 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.
Bids were opened.
Since the Supervisors had some questions about the bids for crushing the bids will be tabled until next meeting when more information is available. Insinger Quarries and Stagecoach Transport and Crushing submitted bids.
Calcium bids were also tabled with the Supervisors requesting additional information. Bids were submitted by Vestal Asphalt and Suite-Kote.
Equipment bids were read. Companies submitting bids were G’s, Karp, Rips, and Insinger. Phil made a motion to accept all bids. Mark seconded the motion. The motion passed with Phil and Mark voting yes and Lee voting no.
The dozer bid was next. Lee made a motion to accept the bid from G’s Excavating. Mark seconded the motion. The motion passed with 3 yes votes.
The cinder bid followed. Lee made a motion to accept the bid from Brown Farms for cinders. Mark seconded the motion. The motion passed with 3 yes votes.
Mirabito Fuel submitted a bid for Un-dyed on Road Diesel, Clear Kerosene, #2 Heating fuel and Propane. Lee made a motion to accept the bid. Mark seconded the motion. The motion passed with 3 yes votes.
Lopke Quarries sent a bid for stone. Lee made a motion to accept the bid from Lopke. Mark seconded the motion. The motion passed with 3 yes votes.
PA Dept. of Environmental Protection sent notice an application for authority to construct and/or operate under Air Quality General Plan approval and operating permit at the Bolles Pad.
SWN sent two notifications of renewal permit to drill in New Milford.
Cabot sent notification of Proposed Modification on the Groover Pad in Bridgewater.
Liquid Fuels and Turnback money was received.
The gas company has been using the township roads and fixing them. The weather has made it difficult to maintain the roads.
Lee attended Boot Camp. He discussed the PSATS link, records retention and publishing an employee handbook.
Lee made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Mark seconded the motion. The meeting was adjourned at 8:05 PM.
|Capital Reserve Impact||22,832.35|
|9962||Franklin Twp. Payroll||20,000.00|
|9964||Silver Lake Township||1,700.00|
|9968||Montrose Auto Parts||11.69|
|9971||Sus. Co. Commissioners||262.72|
|9973||PA Mun. Pension||100.00|
|9974||New Milford Hardware||30.58|
3/4 – 2,975.56
3/17 – 2,025397
3/2 – 139.328.68
3/4 – 60,623.43
3/11 – 29,410.29
3/12 – 93,725.46
3/17 – 80,148.19