April 7, 2020
The Franklin Township Regular Monthly Meeting was held on April 7, 2020 in the township building. Present at the meeting were Chairperson Lee Burch and Supervisors Phil DePue and Mark Creamer and the people on the attached sign-in list. Lee called the meeting to order at 7:00PM. The pledge to the flag was recited. Wanting to save time during the due to the Coronavirus, copies of the minutes and treasurer report were available for the Supervisors and the people attending the meeting. Lee made a motion to accept the minutes. Mark seconded the motion. The motion was passed. Lee made a motion to accept the report as read. Mark seconded the motion. The report was passed.
There was a notice about the Sunshine Act (Right to Know). It is proof of six certification hours.
Montrose Minute Men sent a letter asking for a donation.
Two bids were tabled at the previous meeting. One for the Calcium bid. Phil made a motion to accept both bids. Lee seconded the motion. The motion carried with 3 yes votes.
The second bid that was tabled was for crushing. Phil made a motion to accept the bid from Insinger. Mark seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Phil told the audience about the close out meeting with FEMA. FEMA obligated all of the township’s projects. This means they have sent all of the money to PEMA.
Depending on the weather, Roy reported they would be putting pipes in and possibly starting a new road project. He also mentioned that there is a need to install a retaining wall. Phil made a motion to construct the wall. Mark seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Lee announced that due to Covid 19 Rich Neiderberger, our township tax collector, will not be collecting taxes at the township building. Please mail taxes to the address on your tax bill.
There was a discussion about renting a loader to move materials. Phil made a motion to rent a loader. Mark seconded the motion. The motion carried.
Mark asked about sending postcards out to the township residents.
Lee made a motion to send a donation of $500 to United Fire Company for a food donation. Mark seconded the motion. The motion passed with 3 yes votes.
Lee made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Mark seconded the motion. The meeting was adjourned at 7:32 PM.
|Capital Reserve Impact||22,865.53|
|9997||Franklin Twp Payroll||20,000.00|
|9998||PA Municipal Pension||10,113.00|
4/2 – 2,048.02
4/10 – 30,189.63
4/11 – 957.94
4/28 – 543.01
|2642||L & D Stone||646.92|
|2646||Bing. Truck and Tire||1,735.00|
4/10 – 4,025.34
4/10 – 5,796.46
4/6 – 245,195.83
4/11 – 20,000.00