residential rooftops that are here, the more it will develop… Let’s do the right thing here…A cell tower is not going to help the township, it helps the developer.”
After a 10-minute executive session, the board of supervisors came back and unanimously denied the rezone. Bobeck didn’t look at the supervisors as they voted, but rather scrolled on his phone the whole time. Showing no emotion and not taking his eyes off the phone, he stood and left the meeting.
In other business at the Dec. 1 meeting, the board of supervisors voted to adopt the 2016 budget. The budget will be $1,549,343, slightly down from 2015, and there will be no tax increase.
Marhold reported that the road department is ready for winter snow removal and asked that residents remove basketball hoops from roadways before the first snow falls.
Supervisor Orloski reported the police handled 209 calls in November and issued 12 traffic citations and 42 warnings through the seat belt safety campaign.
The board voted to hold its 2016 reorganizational meeting on Mon. Jan. 4, at 7 p. m., with its regular monthly meeting to follow. After that, meetings will go back to being the first Tuesday of each month.