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7-11-2022 Agenda

Board of Commissioners
7-11-2022 Agenda

LOWER ALLEN TOWNSHIP
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

REGULAR MEETING

July 11, 2022                                                                      6:00 PM

AGENDA

1. Call to Order by President Villone. Proof of Publication.

2. Prayer and Pledge of Allegiance.

3. Approval of Meeting Minutes: June 27, 2022 Regular Meeting

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. Check Register of July 1, 2022 in the amount of $341,352.08.

b. Move Nathaniel C. Sterling from Probationary status to regular full-time status effective July 3, 2022.

6. PRESIDENT VILLONE

a. Accept the resignation of Heather Douden, Administrative Assistant/Event Planner effective July 19, 2022.

7. Any business pertinent to the Township. Discussions will be limited to ten (10) minutes per person.

8. PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR

a. Discussion and possible action: Disinfectant System for the water fountains at Lower Allen Community Park Concession Stand.

9. COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

a. Discussion and possible action: Approve SLD-2022-01, Tommy Carwash with the following conditions:
        1. DEP approves the Sewer Planning Module
        2. Cumberland County Conservation District approves the NPDES Permit and Erosion and Sediment Control Plan
        3. The Township receives the Improvement Guarantee and the signed Developers Agreement
        4. PennDOT approves the HOP
        5. Provide plan notes and details regarding visual screening where potential future access drive abuts residentials properties, and where                    headlights from vehicles in the carwash tunnel queue could shine onto adjacent residential properties or into passing traffic on abutting                  public roads.

b. Discussion: Major Subdivision and Land Development Plan SLD-2022-06 Sheepford (Sadie Lane) Subdivision
Purpose: Subdivide two lots to create 16 new lots for single family homes
        1. Discussion and possible action: Approve waiver of section 192-20 requiring the submission of a Preliminary Plan.
        2. Discussion and possible action: Approve waiver of section 193.57. C(1) requiring a minimum centerline radius of 260ft.
        3. Discussion and possible action: Approve waiver of section 192.57 C(3) requiring a minor Township Road have a minimum tangent of 100                FT
        4. Discussion and possible action: Approve a modification of section 192-57. C(9) requiring sidewalks on both sides of the street.
        5. Discussion and possible action: Approve waiver of section 192-61 A. 1.B requiring to connect to public sewer if 1000 ft from public sewer.
        6. Discussion and possible action: Approve waiver of section 192 Attachment 5 requiring minor township roads with a 22 ft cartway have                   minimum lot widths of 80’ at the ROW line.
        7. Discussion and possible action: Approve SLD-2022-06 Sheepford (Sadie Lane) Subdivision with the following conditions:
                i) DEP approves the sewer planning module
               ii) Cumberland County Conservation District approves the NPDES and Erosion and Sediment Control Plan
              iii) Financial guarantees and the Developers Agreement are signed and submitted to the Township
              iv) The developer pays the fee-in-lieu of dedication for recreation facilities/land.
               v) DEP approves the GP-7 permit for the stream crossing for access to lot 16

c. Discussion and possible action: Approve McMahon’s Proposal for Survey, Design, and Permitting Services for $31,915.00 to prepare work for the Township’s HATS RTP Grant.

10. MANAGER

a. Applications for Parks & Recreation Board

11. COMMISSIONERS REPORTS

12. Adjourn.