Board of Commissioners
LOWER ALLEN TOWNSHIP
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
June 24, 2019 7:00 PM
1. Call to Order by President Black. Proof of Publication.
2. Prayer and Pledge of Allegiance.
3. Approval of Meeting Minutes: June 10, 2019
4. EMPLOYEE RECOGNITIONS – Length of Service and Performance Awards.
5. Audience Participation: Any item on the agenda.
6. PRESIDENT BLACK
a. Check Register of June 21, 2019 in the amount of $148,755.38.
b. Motion to approve the Department Reports for the month of May for Community Development, Facility Maintenance, Fleet Maintenance, Township Engineer, Public Works, and Public Safety.
c. Accept a motion to enact Ordinance 2019-02, an Ordinance of the Board of Commissioners of Lower Allen Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, amending the Code of the Township of Lower Allen, Chapter 187, Streets and Sidewalks at Article VIII, Temporary Right-of-Way Obstructions; and Chapter 209, Vehicles and Traffic, at Article III, Parking Regulations and Article III(B), Parking Regulations for Recreational Vehicles and Commercial Vehicles.
d. Motion to adopt Resolution 2019-R-27, appointing Nicole Boldosser as a Police Officer, effective July 1, 2019 at a starting hourly wage of $31.0040.
e. Motion to adopt Resolution 2019-R-28, appointing Jonathan Newcomer as a Police Officer, effective July 1, 2019 at a starting hourly wage of $30.5953.
f. Motion to adopt Resolution 2019-R-29, appointing Michael D. Quenzer to the position of Paramedic, for the Public Safety Department effective July 15, 2019.
7. Any business pertinent to the Township. Discussions will be limited to fifteen (15) minutes per person.
8. TOWNSHIP ENGINEER
a. Discussion and possible action: Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Lower Allen Township and the Cumberland County Conservation District.
9. COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
a. Discussion and possible action: Lower Allen Township fee waiver request.
10. COMMISSIONERS REPORTS
11. EXECUTIVE SESSION
a. PUC complaint re: Norfolk Southern Rail Corporation
b. Update: Triple Crown lawsuit