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Friday, September 11, 2020

Board of Supervisors of Liberty Township Meet

Liberty Township
1h ·
Liberty Township, McKean County
Route 155 Building
September 11, 2020

The Regular Meeting of the Board of Supervisors of Liberty Township was called to order at 8:30 A.M. by Chairman Dick Brown. Supervisor Neil Shepard and Secretary Cindy Speeth were present. 

REPORTS:
1. There were 17 ambulance calls for Liberty Township in August, 2020.
2. There were 10 fire calls for Liberty Township in August, 2020.
3. Secretary’s Report for August 13, 2020 was presented and unanimously
accepted on a motion by Supervisor Shepard and a second by Chairman Brown.
4. Treasurer’s Report for the month of September, 2020 was presented and
unanimously accepted on a motion by Supervisor Shepard and a second by
Chairman Brown. Chairman Brown stated that there were bills
paid in the amount of $92,794.33 and Revenues received in the amount of
$14,737.54 for a balance of $193,815.29 in the General Fund. There were bills paid in the amount of $2,870.46 for a balance of $165,063.10 in the State Fund and a balance of $8,205.18 in the Sewer Account.

CORRESPONDENCE:
1. PSATS News Bulletin was presented by Chairman Brown.
2. Letter from PA. Dept. of Military and Veterans Affairs stating that Jeffrey Linnan and Joseph Hoehman both qualified for a Real Property Tax Exemption was presented by Chairman Brown and unanimously accepted on a motion by Supervisor Shepard and a second by Chairman Brown
All correspondence was made available to the public.

NEW BUSINESS:
1. The MMO for the employees retirement account in 2021 was presented to the Board by the secretary.

OLD BUSINESS:
None
Chairman Brown stated that the tar and chipping is finally completed. There was 12 miles of road done. The Supervisors would like to thank everyone for their cooperation and understanding. The secretary told the Board that thanks to Solomon’s Word sharing the messages she put on concerning road closings, etc. there were 3 or 4 times the amount of people reached. The Supervisors then agreed that the Township should send a donation of One Hundred Dollars($100) to Solomon’s Word in appreciation. The motion was presented by Chairman Brown and unanimously accepted on a motion by Supervisor Shepard and a second by Chairman Brown.

PUBLIC CONCERNS:
None
As no further business was brought before the Board, the meeting was adjourned at 8:45 a.m. by Chairman Brown.

Respectfully Submitted,
Lucinda Speeth
Secretary/ Treasurer

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