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$22.48 an hour, and Borton Lawson will be the township’s engineer. Steven Egenski was appointed as the township’s sewage-enforcement officer, with Frank Egenski acting as alternate.

Robert Wech was appointed to the Zoning Hearing Board and Attorney Robert Gonos will service as that board’s solicitor, at $75 an hour. Attorney Donald Karpowich will be the Planning Commission solicitor, also paid $75 an hour.

Conrad Siegel was appointed as Police Pension Actuary and David Pettit was named to the Vacancy Board. Stanley Gutkowski was appointed as Emergency Management Coordinator.

Named to the Environmental Advisory Council were Joan Schmidt, Virginia Rinehimer and H. Edward Rinehimer.

Appointed to the township’s Recreation Board were Thomas Mayka, Luke Modrovsky, Laurel Prohaska, Joan Schmidt, Amanda Smith, and Lori Urosevich. Ronald Sturgeon will serve on the Mountaintop Area Joint Sanitary Authority.

Berkheimer will serve as the tax collector, with 1.485 percent commission for earned income taxes and 2.05 percent for local services taxes. PNC Bank, National Penn Bank, and NBT Bank were all named as depositories for township funds for 2016.

Supervisor Marshall was appointed voting delegate to the supervisors’ convention in April.

The board also voted to hold regular meetings on the second Monday of each month, at 7 p. m. at the municipal building, with work sessions to be held prior to those meetings at 6 p. m.