NOVEMBER 3RD, 2022
The Center Township Board of Supervisors held their
November meeting on November 3rd, 2022 at the Penns Creek Fire Hall
at 7:00 p.m. with the following persons present; Supervisors: George Richard Jr., Ronald Rice and Maynard
Keister. Secretary: Teresa Hibbs.
The Secretary and Treasurer’s reports were read and
approved, subject to audit. Mr. Richard
made a motion seconded by Mr. Rice to approve the minutes.
Mr. Keister made a motion, seconded by Mr. Rice to pay
Violations – Sidewalk issue – Secretary Teresa Hibbs will
be notifying Beverly Bowersox to obtain information on the residence of Walnut
Street to send letters out to all who need to replace their sidewalks. High Grass – A letter will be sent out to the
resident in Walnut Ridge Estates that is in violation.
School Zone signs – Mr. Mark Hook of PennDot met with a
representative of Penn View Bible Institute regarding the school zone signs on
October 27th. At this time no
one has contacted the Township on what transpired at that meeting.
Property Sale – At this time there is no new information.
Budget Summary – The Supervisors reviewed a summary of
all budgeted funds. A final review and
adoption will take place at the December meeting. The budget proposal is on file at the
Township office for public review.
Local Tax Collection Law – Resolution 2022-8, A
resolution of Center Township Snyder County implementing Act 57 of 2022 was
adopted requiring the elected Tax Collector comply with these revisions. A copy of said resolution will be given to
Tax Collector Christopher Wolf.
VFC Exposure Form – A Volunteer Firemen Exposure Form was
submitted by Secretary Teresa Hibbs. The
information she used was obtained by the Fire Companies Secretary Marlin
Renn. This is to have the correct
information for the Worker’s Compensation.
Commercial Auto Insurance – The Supervisors will pay
$2500.00 toward the Fire Companies Auto Insurance. The total cost for them is $3538.00.
Reviewed Letters – Letters were reviewed on Change of
assessments, proposed project on State Road 104, Solid Waste committee meeting
letter, and a notification letter on the Brubaker Poultry Barn.
Mr. Richard made a motion, seconded by Mr. Keister to
adjourn the meeting. The meeting
adjourned at 7:26 p.m.
submitted, Teresa Hibbs Secretary