Tuesday, September 26, 2023
65 F
Tuesday, September 26, 2023

New Sewickley Township Supervisors Regular Meeting 12-3-2019

*Approximately thirty residents attended this meeting, including PA State Representative Jim Marshall.

Payment of Bills [01:00]

Public Comment [02:15]

– None

Administration [03:15]

Resolution 09-19 (2020 Budget) [04:05]

– Vice Chairman Duane Rape sole no vote.

Resolution 10-19 (Tax Millage) [07:45]

– Tax rate was set at 11.5 mills, which is a zero mill increase from the previous year.

Resolution 11-19, 12-19 and 13-19 (Grants) [09:50]

Second Amendment Sanctuary [12:40]

– Discussion was held about whether the supervisors should vote to declare New Sewickley Township a “Second Amendment sanctuary.” A motion was made and passed to have the township solicitor alter an already existing resolution from another jurisdiction so that it will apply to the township. The board advised the public that it had received a letter from the District Attorney of Beaver County suggesting the resolution.

Public Safety [20:20]

– Police Chief suggested the department adopt a health and fitness program. This program allows officers to partake in a four-course class that would test them on their physical fitness. If they pass all four classes, they will receive eight hours of compensated time. This is in hopes that it will help to motivate township officers to stay in shape throughout their careers.

Police Report [22:25]

Fire Report [23:05]

Road Report [25:05]

Engineer Report [29:45]

Solicitor Report [30:30]

– Update on police pension program.

Planning/Zoning/Sanitation/Recreation Committees [31:55]

Board Comments [37:10]

Continue reading the rest of this article by becoming a subscriber. Your support makes our local reporting in Beaver County possible.
Subscribe Now! Log In
[the_ad_placement id="above-share-links-left"]
[the_ad_placement id="above-share-links-right"]
Matthew LaComb
Matthew LaComb
Matt is a BeaverCountian.com multimedia contributor. When he doesn't have a camera in his hands, he's often conducting research projects for the site.

Latest News

Trial Set To Begin For Man Accused Of Shooting Trooper In Aliquippa

About 45 percent of federal prisoners end up back in custody within three years of their release, according to...
error: Alert: Content is protected!