sought for resurfacing of the township tennis courts. He added that PPL is installing new service to the Park.
It was recommended that the park picnic tables be repainted to include chess and checker boards. “Cans specific for recycling need to be purchased and placed in appropriate locations.”
He noted that there is a vacant seat on the Recreation Board and anyone interested in participating should send a letter of interest to the township office.
Supervisor Dan Zampetti advised that the Environmental Advisory Committee reviewed and prioritized items around the park such as, “weed control, trail repair and items of concern.”
He stated that they had also reviewed activity at the Dollar General site on Route 309. He noted that items were discussed, such as, “timbering in proximity to wetlands, washing out the basin for concrete trucks and silt fences in both areas were discussed.
“Kevin Winter, a Biologist with the Pennsylvania Game Commission, will be a guest speaker for the September meeting. Bat populations and collecting information for the counts will be the subject of that evening.”
In zoning, Zampetti said that six permits were issued in August, two of which were from new homes.
Supervisor Lou Welebob announced that the annual leaf collection has been scheduled. He added that he is releasing information early this year because the next board meeting is too late for residents to be fully informed. “The leaf collection will begin on Monday, October 21st, but our next meeting is on October 14th. That’s not very much notice for our residents.”
He said that the pick-up will begin at the Powell Development and continue to the south along the usual route.