The Fairview Township Board of Supervisors fired the township officer at the board’s April 2 meeting.
By unanimous vote, supervisors Mike Iorio, Russ Marhold and Bob Orloski terminated Barry Jacob from the position he has held for almost 12 years.
Jacob asked the board if they had received any complaints. Marhold responded that the supervisors wanted to have hours for zoning during the day.
The board hired Frank Tirico to replace Jacob, effective as of April 2, to be paid a monthly salary of $500.00.
In other business, the board noted they are looking for someone to serve on the Board of Directors for the Mountain Top Sanitary Authority due to the recent passing of long-time board member Harry Taylor. Letters of interest can be sent to the Fairview Township Municipal Building.
Marhold noted, “Harry had served on the sanitary authority since its inception in about 1982. He will be sorely missed.”
Two teenagers were honored by
Police Chief Joe Intelicato for leading police to stolen firearms they found in a wooded area off Johnson Street.
Aaron Aigeldinger and Brandon Moran discovered the weapons partially covered in snow and ice on January 27. Chief Intelicato stated Aigeldinger and Moran made the wise decision to call an adult with the information. Intelicato reported that when officers investigated further, it was revealed that seven rifles and a mixed assortment of ammunition were found in an old concrete foundation in the area where the firearms were discovered. These
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