report that cash receipts were missing from the business several times, the business owner reported that police investigated, found a suspect, and obtained a confession from that suspect.
Iorio reported that the annual Easter egg hunt, put on by the township’s parks and recreation committee, was a success with 125 children attending. He thanked all involved, including Tim McGinnis, of the Mountain Top Hose Company where the event was held, for “an outstanding job helping us.”
Alexandria Briggs and Leigh Anne Machowski, of the township’s summer park program, provided face painting at the event; Shane East Photography took photos; and Mountain Top’s Key Club and Kiwanis Club contributed, Iorio said. “All in all, it was a great day for the kids,” he added.
Giving the roadmaster’s report, Supervisor Marhold stated that someone has been stealing stop signs and road signs in the Bow Creek area and the township has been doing its best to replace them.
In March, the zoning department collected $5,971 in permits, noted Zoning Officer John Doddo. The final stages of a land-development plan for a fitness center, to be on North Mountain Boulevard, will be presented to the township’s planning commission on April 20, Doddo stated, adding that construction should begin in June.
“Zoning’s been picking up with everyone starting to do their little odds and ends as far as decks and things,” Doddo said. “Hopefully we’ll have a busy summer.”