"It was a
The lowest she said she could find was with
"It could save us over
Verdier made the motion, and it was carried unanimously with votes from supervisors Chairman
In the vote, the supervisors also agreed to pay its solicitor,
"I'll work with Mike because we also need some bond counsel to do all the paperwork for us, which could cost between
In other business, the supervisors decided to remove a stop sign in
"It was put in two years ago for safety. The supervisors believed there was a blind spot in the road. We voted to take it down because there's no reason for it," Hosler said.
Last month, in a vote of 2-1, the supervisors decided to re-key the doors to the office used by
On Wednesday, Hosler admitted the supervisors were still figuring out how to make that arrangement work, especially if Bubel takes a vacation.
Citizens also complained about the situation during the public portion Wednesday.
"Why was the long-standing practice of all supervisors having keys to the records office changed to the township secretary only? Just to keep the new guy out?"
Gray was referring to Fayash, who took office in January.
The supervisors did not answer Gray's question at Wednesday's meeting.
At June's meeting, Hosler explained the motive for the change: "We just don't want everybody going in there. That's all."
"I'd like to make a motion that there be copies of all the ordinances and information that us as township supervisors need to do our job to be put in a filing cabinet or in a closet," Fayash said at
"I'll second that on the condition that isn't going to be a free-for-all, that anybody can come up here and make copies without going through the Right to Know," Hosler said.
Verdier left the meeting at
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