The Pine Township Board of Supervisors held their regular meeting at 7:00 PM at the Pine Township Municipal Building in Heilwood. Ryan Shultz, Chris Cameron and Keith Muir were present. Ryan Shultz called the meeting to order then led the Pledge of Allegiance and welcomed all visitors.
There was no Guest Speaker.
The Board approved the Minutes of the August 6th, 2022 meeting. A motion to accept the minutes was called for by Mr. Muir, seconded by Mr. Cameron. Motion carried.
The Treasurer’s Reports and Timesheets were presented to the Board. A motion to accept the reports was called for by Mr. Cameron, seconded by Mr. Muir. Motion carried.
Bills were reviewed. Mr. Cameron moved to pay the bills on the agenda totaling $10,785.68
General Funds $8,133.37, State Funds $2,625.31. Mr. Muir seconded; motion carried.
The Balances after expenditures are General Fund $486,120.38 and State Fund $349,028.66.
The Police Report was reviewed A motion to accept the report was called for by Mr. Cameron, seconded by Mr. Muir. Motion carried.
The Roadmaster’s Report was presented to the Board. A motion to accept the report was made by Mr. Cameron, seconded by Mr. Muir. Motion carried.
The Supervisors Discussed requesting a traffic study for the intersection of 403 and 422 due to the increasing accidents and resident concern. They also discussed Fall Clean Up, and bidding anti-skid for the winter.
Unfinished Business was a tabling of a vote on the garage heater due to no work from the installer who was going to send a quote. Mr. Muir voted to table the vote and Mr. Camron seconded the motion.
New Business consisted of a motion from Mr. Shultz requesting a traffic study from PennDOT for the intersection of 422 and 403. Mr. Cameron seconded the motion. Motion passed with all Supervisors in agreement.
In the second order of new business, the Supervisors were presented with Resolution #090622. The resolution is from the Indiana County Sewage Enforcement Agency requesting a holding tank exemption for Daniel Smoker for a retail feed store. Mr. Shultz motioned to pass Resolution #090622. Mr. Muir seconded. Resolution #090622 passed with all Supervisors in agreement.
Mr. Shultz then moved to advertise for 1000 ton of state approved anti-skid. Mr. Cameron seconded the motion. Motion passed with all Supervisors in agreement.
The final order of new business was a motion from Mr. Cameron to have a Fall Clean Up on October 7, 8 and 9 from 8AM thru 5PM. Mr. Muir seconded the motion. Motion passed with all Supervisors in agreement.
There were no Public Comments.
There were no Announcements
Mr. Cameron then moved to Adjourn the September 6th Meeting. Mr. Muir seconded the motion. Motion carried. The September Meeting was adjourned at 7:30 PM.
Attendees- See attached list