July 7, 2020
The Franklin Township Regular Monthly Meeting was held on July 7, 2020 in the township building. Present at the meeting were Chairperson Lee Burch and Supervisors Phil DePue and Mark Creamer, Secretary/Treasurer, Jeanne Sullivan and the people on the attached sign-in list. Lee called the meeting to order at. 7:01 PM. The pledge to the flag was recited. Copies of the Minutes and Treasurer Report were available for everyone to read. Phil made a motion to accept the minutes. Lee seconded the motion. The motion passed with 3 yes votes. Lee made a motion to accept the treasurer report. Mark seconded the motion. The motion passed with 3 yes votes.
Ray Lantz Garage sent a letter about the metal disposal container. In the past there was no monthly fee for the container but due to rising costs there will be a $50 monthly fee as of July 1st. After a discussion, Lee made a motion to pay the monthly fee. Mark seconded the motion. The motion passed with 3 yes votes.
PSATS sent a “save the dates” schedule for Regional Forums.
JHA sent notification of Natural Gas Drilling on the Herman Pad.
SWN sent notification for Consumptive Use at the Depue Pad.
JHA sent notification for Natural Gas Drilling on the Hollenbeck Pad WR-81 and SWN sent notice of Consumptive Use at the same location.
JHA sent notification for drilling in Thompson Township.
Roy gave a report on the condition and work being done on the roads. Due to dry condition, the roads need additional work.
Carolyn Pratt has agreed to be an auditor. The three auditors are Paula Grassi, Kim Henry and Carolyn.
Lee made a motion to replace David Mitchell with another full-time employee. Mark said he would be willing to investigate the situation. Phil does not believe the township needs someone full-time and things are fine with things as they are now. Phil opposed the motion.
Lee also said that after talking with the attorney, vendors who won the bids for the current year should be called first for work. “We need to give everyone a fair shake.”
Lee made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Mark seconded the motion. The meeting was adjourned at 7:38 PM.
|Capital Reserve Impact||260,476.53|
|10044||J and J Springs||15.00|
|10050||Montrose Auto Parts||389.79|
7/7 – 290.64
7/10 – 5,973.75
7/16 – 1,518.97
7/10 – 796.50
7/10 – 1,146.98
7/7 – 237,605.29
7/24 – $281,288.00