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at the township building lot this fall for residents to drop off leaves. The new plan would reduce wear and tear on township trucks, save the township the COG fees and allow all residents to dispose of their leaves. (In the past, only residents who purchased a COG sticker could get their leaves picked up.)

Announced PPL Electric Utilities will begin tree work and vegetation management along the power line right-of-way that parallels the Big Wapwallopen Creek with access across Twins Lane. The project is expected to last no longer than a month. Bucket trucks and chippers are the largest pieces of equipment that will need to use Twins Lane, they said. Pipech and Pasonick discussed getting bonds on all township roads before projects like this are initiated.

Voted to pay attorney Samuel M. Sanguedolce $1,740 for legal services in an outstanding township matter.

Approved a budget of $1,100 from the recreation fund for the annual Easter egg hunt, tentatively scheduled for March 24 with a rain date of March 31.

Announced Ray Fedor was named planning commission chairman and Rom Romanyshyn vice chairman.

Heard a Wright Township Volunteer Fire Department report from liaison Arnold, who said the department needs volunteers. Supervisors discussed announcing this need on the township sign. They also noted that the fire department had developed plans for getting emergency vehicles into the township quickly during the Church Road bridge demolition this spring.

Ratified costs of $30 for the secretary to participate in a webinar on the 2020 census and $1,500 over a three-year period for the secretary to participate in training programs with the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors (PSATS). Supervisors also appointed Beck to attend the PSATS conference in place of the formerly named delegate, Pipech, who is unable to attend.

Placed two patron ads in the Nuangola Theatre at the Grove playbill for the 2018 season, at a cost of $75 from the township budget and