The McKean Township Trustees met for the August 13, 2018 meeting with Trustees Schwartzenberger, Wintermute, McInturff, and Fiscal Officer Ellas answering roll call. Our road supervisor and zoning inspector also present. After the pledge to the flag, chairman McInturff addressed the audience.
AUDIENCE-Mike Snodgrass was present stating he would like to speak with zoning inspector Tom Frederick. Tom agreed that after the township zoning report he would talk with Mr. Snodgrass.
ZONING REPORT-Tom passed out the zoning permit report showing 19 permits issued to date. He then presented a resolution to the trustees, number 08-13-2018 to employ Kyle Anderson for the clean up job at 1344 Sportsman Club Rd. Trustee Wintermute moved for the adoption seconded Trustee Schwartzenberger, all agreed to the resolution presented.
REPORTS-The trustees reviewed the fund balance, loan balance, purchase order and blanket certificates and bank reconciliation reports. Motion to accept as presented by Trustee Schwartzenberger, seconded Trustee Wintermute, all agreed.
ROAD SUPERVISOR-Terry stated the workers and equipment should be in McKean in the next few weeks for the chip/seal work. This will include parts of north and south Lafayette, Phillips, Riley, and Mt. Herman. We will be ordering the #8 stone soon. The Trustees then discussed the trailer we had agreed to sell. We are still looking for a better replacement.
NEW BUSINESS- After signing all the bills and reviewing the prior month minutes, motion by Trustee McInturff, seconded Trustee Schwartzenberger, all agreed to accept the bills and minutes. The trustees then reviewed the amounts and rates for 2019 received from the County Auditor office. Motion to accept the amounts and rates as determined by the budget commission and on file made by Trustee McInturff, seconded Trustee Schwartzenberger, all agreed.
The Trustees then signed their agreement for 2018-2019 propane. With the sale of many cemetery lots recently, the trustees signed more deeds to have on hand. All Trustees and Fiscal Officer have been receiving calls about the current trash hauler. We had heard they lost several of their truck drivers. Trustee Schwartzenberger agreed to talk with our contact at Republic when our contact returns from vacation. Trustee McInturff recently attended the updates on OPWC applications for road improvements. They would be due in October. After discussion as to what roads would be eligible to submit, motion to try for Timbuk Rd and S. Chatham made by Trustee Schwartzenberger, seconded Trustee McInturff, all agreed. Trustees signed proper forms requesting the County Engineer Office to work up the estimates and we have no guarantee the application can be completed and submitted timely to the state in Oct. With no further business before the board, motion to adjourn by Trustee Wintermute, all agreed