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meet all the requirements.”

The Mountaintop Hose Company answered 21 calls in July and had a successful bazaar, despite rain and heat, reported David Hourigan, fire company president. He thanked everyone who supported the fundraiser.

The Fairview Police handled 250 calls last month and are beginning an aggressive-driving campaign. “Speed will be monitored throughout the township,” said Supervisor Robert Orloski.

Solicitor Donald Karpowich reported that he is preparing amendments to the zoning ordinances regarding topics such as fire alarms and junk vehicles which will be drafted and submitted for review soon. Another ordinance, amending the personnel policy for non-uniformed employees, was submitted to the board for review.

Also at its meeting, the board appointed Jim Pawloski as permanent road foreman and Tim McGinnis as a permanent road worker. Their positions will be effective August 18.