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Thursday, September 11, 2014

GALETON BOROUGH AUTHORITY REGULAR MEETING SEPTEMBER 2, 2014

GALETON BOROUGH AUTHORITY REGULAR MEETING
SEPTEMBER 2, 2014

MEMBERS PRESENT: Ben Hoppe - Vice Chairman; Joe Cimino, George Bowen
NOT PRESENT: Tony Adami, Tony Cimino
OTHERS PRESENT: Mike Plummer - Citizen/Solicitor, Trixie Blass - Secretary/Treasurer

The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m.

Pledge to the flag.

Minutes of the August meeting were presented for approval. Joe motioned to approve the minutes as presented. Ben seconded the motion. All voted aye and the motion carried.

CITIZENS REPORT
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WATER REPORT

Joe Cimino reported to the board that he continues to have concerns with the operation of the Infiltration galleries. It is apparent to him that they are not functioning as expected and/or to their capacity. After a lengthy discussion it was agreed that the board would request a meeting with the project manager and his supervisor in an effort to figure out what seems to be the problem and what needs to be done to rectify the matter. The secretary will contact the engineer to set a meeting date and time.

SEWER REPORT

Harger, contractor for the Sherman Street sewer line project met with some of the board members to discuss restoration of the Deasy property. The contractor agreed to come make repairs/restoration changes. The board agrees that they need to stay on top of this situation in order to ensure the property is restored in a satisfactory condition.

OLD BUSINESS
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NEW BUSINESS

Ben reported on meeting with DEP for the annual Source Water Protection update stating that there have been no major changes.
He also informed the board that DEP has signs available for the protected area and will be sending some for the crew to post at the Wetmore.
Ben also stated that the Triple Divide Coalition is planning a joint meeting with Potter and Tioga Counties and the new DEP staff.

Proposal for tank inspection was received from Preferred Tank out of Kentucky. The board reminded that inspection on the tank has already been done for this year.

ADJOURN
Joe motioned to adjourn the meeting at 7:50 p.m. Ben seconded the motion. All voted aye and the meeting adjourned until the next regular meeting scheduled for Tuesday, October 7th at 7:00 p.m. in the Borough office.

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