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Luzerne County Court of Common Pleas. Green contends his neighbor, Michael Medvitz, should not be allowed to operate his auto body shop of 15 years because the land is zoned residential. Supervisors have sided publicly with Medvitz, noting old zoning records are unclear in the case.

Supervisors also:

Heard from Karpowich, following an inquiry from Supervisor Bill Wengrzynek, that there has been no action yet on the proposed development next to Blue Ridge Trail Golf Club. Karpowich said the developers had inquired about filing a land use plan about four months ago, but thus far, no plans have appeared.

“We’ll be the first to know,” Karpowich said.

Announced that residents are being sought to serve on the citizens’ advisory board for Pennsy Supply. Secretary Pat Davis said the board meets quarterly to consider citizens’ concerns, ideas and complaints regarding blasting in the quarry. The board was formed through an agreement between Pennsy Supply and the township, she said. Applications for the board are available from Davis at the township building.

Voted to donate $250 to the Crestwood High School senior class lock-in event.

Voted to increase the tax collector’s fees for tax certification and returned checks from $10 to $20. The $10 fee didn’t even cover the full cost of a returned check, they noted.