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6-8-15 Agenda

Board of Commissioners
6-8-15 Agenda

LOWER ALLEN TOWNSHIP
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

REGULAR MEETING

June 8, 2015                                              7:00 PM

AGENDA

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

2. Opening Prayer and Pledge of Allegiance.

3. Approval of Minutes: May 26, 2015

4. Introduction of new Township staff.

5. EMPLOYEE RECOGNITIONS – Length of Service

6. Audience Participation: Any item on the agenda.

7. PRESIDENT BLACK

a. Motion to approve Check Register of May 29, 2015 in the amount of $123,227.43, a replacement check of May 14, 2015 for $1,694.85 and a voided check of May 26, 2015 for $3,628.00.

b. Accept a motion to adopt Resolution 2015-R-15, a Resolution of the Board of Commissioners of Lower Allen Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, recognizing, commending and honoring Trevor N. Krug for the attainment of the rank of Eagle Scout.

c. Accept a motion to adopt Resolution 2015-R-16, a Resolution of the Board of Commissioners of Lower Allen Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, recognizing, commending and honoring Frank J. Lavery, III for the attainment of the rank of Eagle Scout.

d. Accept a motion to adopt Resolution 2015-R-17, a Resolution of the Board of Commissioners of Lower Allen Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, in support of Senate Bill 535 and House Bill 71 Enabling Municipal Police to use the same motor vehicle speed-timing equipment as the Pennsylvania State Police.

e. Moving Kevin Cramer from probationary to regular full-time employment status in the position of Police Officer.

f. Accept a motion to accept a certified list of eligible candidates, as presented by the Lower Allen Township Civil Service Commission.

g. Motion to approve or disapprove payment of Invoice No. 7 in the amount of $36,668.83 to Sponaugle Construction Services for General Construction on the Cedar Spring Run Park Project.

h. Motion to approve or disapprove payment of Invoice No. 8 in the amount of $75,328.72 to Sponaugle Construction Services for General Construction on the Cedar Spring Run Park Project.

8. VICE-PRESIDENT YOUNG

a. Action on the police regionalization effort with Fairview Township.

b. Discussion and possible action: Motion to make a conditional job offer to Laura Castle in order to begin physical, psychological and polygraph testing, and to sponsor her in the July police academy, with the provision that she passes the above-referenced testing. Hiring resolution to be adopted at the July 13th public meeting.

c. Discussion and possible action: Motion to make a conditional job offer to Torrie Shiley in order to begin physical, psychological and polygraph testing, and to sponsor him in the July police academy, with the provision that he passes the above-referenced testing. Hiring resolution to be adopted at the July 13th public meeting.

9. Any business pertinent to the Township. Discussions will be limited to 15 minutes per person.

10. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

a. Discussion and possible action:

1. Approval of revised Improvement Security for SLD Docket No. 2003-06, Final Subdivision Plan for Manor at Fair Oaks, Phase 2, Lots 6 & 27, establishing a new amount of $5,335.95 and a new expiration date of June 8, 2016; and authorizing Staff to act on the existing Improvement Security if the additional amount is not received by the current expiration date of June 23, 2015.

2. Approval of revised Improvement Security for SLD Docket No. 2005-04, Final Subdivision Plan for Liberty Point, establishing a new amount of $64,181.77 and a new expiration date of June 8, 2016; and authorizing Staff to act on the existing Improvement Security if the additional amount is not received by the current expiration date of July 1, 2015.

3. Approval of revised Improvement Security for SLD Docket No. 2011-06, Final Land Development Plan for Meridian on the West Shore, establishing a new amount of $107,034.46 and a new expiration date of June 8, 2016; and authorizing Staff to act on the existing Improvement Security if the additional amount is not received by the current expiration date of June 23, 2015.

b. Discussion: Request for Improvement Security Reduction for SLD Docket No. 2014-01, Final Subdivision and Land Development Plan for Highpoint, Phases 1.1, 1.2 and 1.4.

c. Zoning Hearing Board Report.

11. ASSISTANT MANAGER

a. CapCOG Board of Delegates motion to amend the bylaws to admit Lancaster County communities. Amendment is scheduled for action on July 20th.

b. Probation Period: Tina Harbold and Scot Emerson

12. COMMISSIONERS REPORTS

13. Executive Session: Personnel and Legal.

a. Public Safety Director position

14. Adjourn.