Board of Commissioners
LOWER ALLEN TOWNSHIP
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
August 12, 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: July 22, 2019
4. Audience Participation: Any item on the agenda.
5. CONSENT AGENDA
Any Commissioner, Staff member, or anyone in attendance who would like to have an item on the Consent Agenda removed for further discussion can request so now. Is there a request for the removal of an item(s) on the Consent Agenda?
Accept motion to approve the items on the Consent Agenda, which are listed as follows:
a. Resolution 2019-R-31, a resolution of the Commissioners of Lower Allen Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, urging the Public Utility Commission to adopt a regulation that would require hazardous liquids pipeline operators to hold public awareness meetings.
b. Tax Collectors July 2019 Monthly Report.
6. PRESIDENT BLACK
a. Motion to approve Check Register of August 2, 2019 in the amount of $415,695.56.
b. Motion to adopt Resolution 2019-R-32 a resolution of the Board of Commissioners of Lower Allen Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, authorizing the sale of Township property valued over $2,000.
c. Motion to adopt Resolution 2019-R-33, appointing Ryan J. Turpin to the position of Maintenance Specialist, Public Works Department, effective August 19, 2019, at a starting rate of pay of $24.80 per hour.
d. Discussion: Resolution 2019-R-34, resolving to implement health in all polices.
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 to increase improvement security for SLD #2015-08, Highpoint 1.5, establishing a new amount of $413,861.13 and a new expiration date of August 12, 2020.
b. Discussion and possible action: SLD Docket No. 2019-09: Minor Land Development Plan for 4510 Westport Drive Building addition. Proposed construction of a 1,800 square foot two-story addition to the existing 9,625 square foot one-story building.
1. Motion to approve a waiver of the requirement contained in Section 192-
57.C(9) to provide sidewalks along all street frontage for SLD Docket No.
2019-09, until such time as the installation of same has been deemed
necessary by the Township for the health, safety or welfare of the general
public. These improvements shall be made at the owner’s expense. This is
a covenant running with the land, which shall bind the owners, their
successors, heirs and assigns.
This waiver is not contrary to the public interest and maintains the purpose and intent of the Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance.
2. Motion to approve SLD Docket No. 2019-09: Minor Land Development
Plan for 4510 Westport Drive Building Addition.
c. Discussion and possible action: SLD Docket No. 2019-07: Revised Final SD/LD Plan for Arcona Phase 2.3. Proposed revisions to the previously approved plan, including:
1. Increasing the number of dwelling units from 98 to 107
2. Decreasing the proposed commercial space from 18,000 to 14,300 square feet
d. Discussion and possible action: Authorizing payment to Verizon in the amount of $26,996.78 for relocation of facilities affected by construction of the Rossmoyne Road/Lisburn Road Roundabout. This is a project cost to be reimbursed by Charter Homes.
9. PUBLIC SAFETY
a. Discussion and possible action: Traffic Signal Preemption for Carlisle Road, Commercial Drive, Lowther Street, and Center Drive.
10. COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
a. Discussion and possible action: Request of Verizon Wireless to submit a land development application to construct a new tower-based wireless communications facility (WCF) at 3628 Lisburn Road, in compliance with WCF regulations that were in effect when the prerequisite conditional use approval was granted.
b. Discussion: Appointment of Assistant Zoning Officers
c. Zoning Hearing Board report
d. Discussion: Proposal by Charter Homes & Neighborhoods to erect a community events banner over Arcona Road.
a. Premium pay for County Yard Waste certifications.
12. COMMISSIONERS REPORTS
13. EXECUTIVE SESSION
a. Update on Triple Crown Corporation’s filing for partial Summary Judgement.
b. Employee medical treatment.