Fairview Summer Program To Begin

Fairview Township Board of Supervisors officially announced at their June 2nd meeting that the summer program at Memorial Park would begin on Thursday, June 19. Registration will take place on Saturday, June 14 from 11a.m. until 1p.m. at the park and also at the municipal building Monday through Friday during business hours. The cost for the 8-week summer program is $125 for the first child and $75 for each additional child.

Nicole Spaide, hired in at $11 an hour, will be the park director for this season’s summer program in addition to Ashley Zearfoss at $7.50 an hour, Kathryn Rosser at $7.25 an hour, Jack Walsh at $7.75 an hour, Steven Roberts at $8 an hour, and William Evans at $7.75 an hour, as park employees. Emily Lehman will be serving as a part time park aide at $7.50 an hour.

Supervisors Robert Orloski and Roadmaster Russ Marhold reported that the Route 309 Project continues to run smoothly. The blasting is being limited between 10a.m.-11:30a.m. and 1pm-2pm. Orloski urged residents to avoid traveling the route during those times due to possible traffic congestions. A reduced speed limit of 35mph and a truck ban are will last for the duration of the project until November 2014.

Fairview Township Police have been actively assisting with this project as time permits and have hired a part time officer, Joseph Benson at $16 an hour.

In other business, the board approved the purchase of a new 2014 Ford Police Cruiser from KME Kovatch Ford Inc of Nesquehoning, PA for $30,778.17

The township road crew was scheduled to begin patching up

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