At the March 4 meeting of the Fairview Township Board of Supervisors, the board approved three items under new business.
The board approved new Supplement D for the Mary Street Bridge Project extending the final design completion/date advertisement to December 29, 2013 at an addition cost of approximately $2,557.51 to the township.
The board also adopted a resolution that is a new fee schedule for sketch plans, lot line adjustments, annexations and minor subdivisions of approved plans, minor subdivisions, major subdivisions, major land developments, stormwater management site plans and post-construction stormwater facilities.
Also, the board agreed to donate $250 to the Crestwood Senior Lock-In.
Under committee reports, the police department received 178 calls for service. The department’s reported included the following: seven traffic citations, investigated six accidents, one disorderly conduct, one burglary, two animal complaints and 26 medical emergencies.
Mountaintop Hose Co. No. 1 responded to nine fires during the month of February. Hose Co. 1 president Dave Hourigan noted the annual fund drive mailing will go out at the end of the month.
Under zoning, one permit was issued and $2,848.99 in fees were collected.
The board also approved a request
from Mountaintop Area Youth Soccer to use the park fields for the fall season from August 1 to October 29 and in spring from March 5 to June 15. The group will coordinate the field usage with the Mountaintop Little League.
The Mountaintop Council of Governments (COG) compost facility will open next month, according to Roadmaster Russ Marhold. Marhold reports the facility, which is located at the Crestwood Industrial Park, will open beginning April 3 on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10 a. m. until 2 p. m. through November.
He added that mulch will be sold at the following rates: $10 for one scoop, $50 for a pickup truck load, $100 for a tri-axle and $75 for the second and third loads for a tri-axle on the same day. Anyone wishing to purchase the mulch can pre-pay at either the Fairview or Wright Township municipal buildings during normal business hours. Payment will also be accepted at the site.
In addition, landscaprers may also dispose of yard waste at the compost facility. There is a one-time $50 permit fee for landscapers.