By Libby Rosequist
On Monday, May 3, township supervisors held a monthly meeting approving the minutes from April 19, treasurer’s report for the month of April and bills for approval between April 19 and April 30.
Under new business the preliminary results from township cleanup days were not available but will be discussed during the May 17 meeting.
“We have a lot of numbers to gather and I think for it was successful especially including the bor-ough,” Supervisor Gus Neff said. “Our e-cycle was the most abundant than anything in our previ-ous years but will get the exact numbers before we can say how successful it was.”
James Welka presented the revised subdivision plans for the Dohlar Cottage area.
“When I was brought on to this project we wanted to figure out a plan so it was one cottage per lot because some were built on future road rights of way and it became apparent the cottages were not worth saving,” Welka said. “So we came up with a new plan and found a new site on this allotted land where there was enough suitable soil for 20, four-bedroom homes and will be considered an on lot community with a septic system, which has been pre-approved.
“Which means we will not need to do a small flow treatment facility and discharge into 20-mile creek. We are happy with this because it is a better option environmentally.”
Welka asked the supervisors for their input and if they had any concerns.
The supervisors could not give preliminary approval at this time but expressed their support of the project.
The office and garage will be closed Tuesday, May 18, for Election Day and will reopen Wednesday, May 19, with regular hours.
The next meeting will be Monday, May 17, at 9 a.m.