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items, it was discovered, were

stolen from two burglaries that were being investigated by the PA State Police. The stolen guns and ammunition were then turned over to the State Police and returned to their rightful owners.

“All too often we hear tragic stories about wrong decisions made by the youth of today,” said Intelicato. “That is why I want to take this opportunity to commend Brandon and Aaron for their actions. By making the decision they did, a potentially dangerous situation was averted and two burglaries are on their way to being solved with multiple arrests pending. Thank you Brandon and Aaron for the way you handled this event and for heeding the good advice your parents instilled in you at an early age.”

Under correspondence, a letter from PennDOT regarding the 2013 Liquid Fuels Allocation stated the township will receive $113,576.83.

Under committee reports,

Supervisor Bob Orloski reported the

police received 249 calls for service which included the following: 12 accidents, nine traffic citations, three thefts, two criminal mischief, four harassment, five domestics and 16 alarms.

Roadmaster Marhold reported the road crew were taking the plows and spreaders off the vehicles and planned on repairing pot holes. Bids for road paving are scheduled for next month.

Under zoning and planning, $5,752.76 in fees was collected during March.

Board chair Iorio announced there will be a meeting to discuss improvements to the Fairview Memorial Park on April 30. The public is invited to attend.

The board also awarded the bid for the Suburban to Mike Veniziano, the highest bidder, from Bellefont, PA in the amount of $1201.