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Friday, October 15, 2021

Minutes of Liberty Township Supervisors Meeting of October 14, 2021


Liberty Township

Liberty Township, McKean County
Supervisors Meeting 

Route 155 Building
October 14, 2021 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIENCE
The regular meeting of the Liberty Township Supervisors was called to order at 8:30 AM by Chairman, Dick Brown. Also present were Supervisor Neil Shepard, Supervisor Fred Ernst, secretary Cindy Speeth, Whitey Brundage, Sandy Thompson and Lindsay Trojanowski. 

BID OPENING:
IA Construction FOB
1800 tons of 19mm m/l $47.50 to be picked up at Lewis Run plant
*Hawbakers FOB
1800 tons of 19mm m/l $53.00 to be picked up at Turtlepoint plant
*After a discussion taking in to account the mileage, time and trucks to be used, (approximately a $8.60 per ton difference) on a motion by Supervisor Shepard and a second by Supervisor Ernst the bid was unanimously awarded to Hawbakers for 1800 tons of 19mm, m/l, to be paid for on November 1, 2021 and picked up by the township in the first part of June, 2022. 

REPORTS:
1. Ambulance Report for September, 2021 had 13 calls.
2. Fire Report for September, 2021 was given by Whitey Brundage - there were  0 calls for Liberty Township.  Mr. Brundage stated that as of right now they are still planning on having the November Cash Bash in person. Chairman Brown said that he wanted to thank Kevin Ernst and Terry Smith for bringing the pumper up Skinner Creek  and Tom Johnson for letting us borrow the nozzel to help the township as they replaced pipes at two stream crossings. The township gave the fire department a donation of Two Hundred ($200) Dollars in appreciation.
3. Secretary’s Regular Meeting Report for September 9, 2021 was presented and unanimously accepted on a motion by Supervisor Ernst and a second by Supervisor Shepard.
4. Treasurer’s Report for the month of October, 2021 was presented and
unanimously accepted on a motion by Supervisor Ernst and a second by
Supervisor Shepard.  Chairman Brown stated that in the General Fund there were bills paid in the amount of $56,790.02, revenues received in the amount of $15,222.77 and a balance of $109,304.39. In the State Fund there were bills paid in the amount of $12,959.48 and a balance of $91,666.04. In the Sewer Fund there was a balance of $4464.64. We also received the first part of our money from the American Rescue Plan in the amount of $79,182.26.and we have $8,682.26 left after paying our fire and ambulance payments which will go towards the 2022 fire and ambulance payments. 

CORRESPONDENCE:
1. Chairman Brown presented PSATS News Bulletins and Memorandum of Proposed By-law changes
2. Chairman Brown presented Upper Pine Creek Council meeting minutes
3. Chairman Brown presented our copy of a letter from Planning Commission  regarding the Hardenstine Sub-Division. It was unanimously accepted on a motion by Supervisor Shepard and a second by Supervisor Ernst.
All correspondence was made available to the public.
New Business
1. Lang Surveying documents regarding Brown to Rankin was presented and unanimously accepted on a motion by Supervisor Shepard and a second by Supervisor Ernst.
2. The Supervisors set a date of October 21, 2021 at 8:30 AM for the budget meeting.
3. Sandy Thompson and Lindsay Trojanowski from McKean County Conservation  gave a report on Assessing and Modifying Road Stream Crossings in McKean County to Benefit Aquatic Species. Two of the streams (Paul Brook on Skinner and SB Hamilton on Button) in Liberty Township were chosen to be replaced. The Liberty Township road crew did the work and Sandy Thompson said she was very proud of the township guys taking the project on and they did a great job. The township and the fire department worked as a team and she was very happy with the result.  

NEW BUSINESS:
Supervisor Ernst asked if the township was going to berm any of the roads they worked on. Chairman Brown said yes, all of them when they have a chance.
Chairman Brown wanted to thank the residents for being so patient while we put 840 tons of blacktop down on North and South Open Brook. 

OLD BUSINESS: 

PUBLIC CONCERNS:
As no further business was brought before the Board, the meeting was unanimously adjourned at 9:10 a.m. on a motion by Supervisor Shepard and a second by Supervisor Ernst. 

Respectfully Submitted,
Lucinda Speeth
Secretary/ Treasurer

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What is "1800 tons of 19mm m/l $53.00 to be picked up at Turtlepoint plant?"