The Wright Township Board met on
Monday, March 11th, lead by Supervisor Chair Dan Frascella.
In recreation business, the “ annual walk-through-the-park” was conducted on Tuesday, March 12th intended
to “identify any equipment, items, etc. that need to be repaired, maintained,
Also, the township’s popular summer program will lose one staff member and the program will be reduced to six weeks. Committee plans
for the Independence Day celebration have begun with the notice
that fund raising will soon begin to augment the $1,400 balance remaining
from last year. The costs of the event are anticipated to increase by about $200 in 2013.
Roadmaster Lou Welebob advised that
temporary cold patch road repairs have been completed on Larchmont Way along with other pothole
patching where needed. The leaf collection equipment received maintenance and repair before being
stored. A sign inventory was completed and replacements installed as
necessary. A base was constructed for
a new equipment shed near the skating rink.
In addition, Welebob issued a news
release advising residents that the
Mountaintop Area Council of Governments’ Compost Facility in the Crestwood Industrial Park will be
open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm, starting April 3rd and continuing into November.
Welebob also heard complaints about conditions in Capitol Hill Village
due to main repairs to the sewer system. Welebob assured the residents
that he will contact the Mountaintop Area Joint Sanitary Authority
about restoration of the road and rights-of-way in the development.