MINUTES OF THE APRIL 12, 2022 MONTHLY SUPERVISORS’ MEETINGby Mahoning Township on 06/13/22
Board of Township Supervisors
Mahoning Township…First Township in Lawrence County…Organized in 1805
4538 West State Street, P.O. Box 99
Hillsville, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania 16132
Phone 724-667-8801 Fax 724-667-8252 Email email@example.com
Vito Yeropoli, Chairman Jean M. Greco – Secretary/Treasurer
Gary Pezzuolo, Vice Chairman
Mark A. Sackin
MINUTES OF THE APRIL 12, 2022 MONTHLY SUPERVISORS’ MEETING
The Mahoning Township Supervisors held their in-person meeting on Tuesday, April 12, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. which was held at the Mahoning Township Building. Chairman, Vito Yeropoli called the meeting to order by asking everyone present to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance to the U.S. flag.
ROLL CALL was taken by Jean Greco, Secretary. Members present were Mark Sackin, Vito Yeropoli, and Gary Pezzuolo. Township Solicitor and Township Engineer were also present.
Yeropoli asked for any guest speakers and/or guests to share their concerns. Resident Virginia Phillips expressed of the road condition of River Road. Supervisors noted they were seeking County help for this. Resident Ed Klamer asked for an update on the RIDC warehouse project. Supervisors noted that property owners were not cooperating.
Yeropoli made a motion to APPROVE THE MINUTES OF THE MARCH 8 REGULAR MEETING which was made by Sackin and seconded by Pezzuolo with a vote of all in favor.
Yeropoli made a motion to PAY THE BILLS as prepared by Greco since the last month’s meeting. The motion was seconded by Pezzuolo with a vote of all in favor. Yeropoli made a motion to PAY THE PAYROLLS as prepared by Greco since the last month’s meeting. The motion was seconded by Sackin with a vote of all in favor.
TOWNSHIP REPORTS were given as follows: ZONING by Greco – 1 shed. Dave Rogers had nothing to share for PLANNING. No reports were given for fire. Scott Hedland reported 200 incidents for the month of February for POLICE.
Sackin made a reminder of THE ANNUAL SPRING CLEANUP for the 2 weeks Monday, April 19 – Saturday, April 30, 2022. Sackin also announced May 2022 would be the last food distribution from the Township garage due to the lack of participation. Sackin noted the count dropped from nearly 100 to 20. Sackin also noted many other options in the county for residents to receive free food.
Yeropoli asked for discussion for any UNFINISHED BUSINESS in which there was none.
Yeropoli asked for discussion on any NEW BUSINESS in which RESOLUTION 2022 – 02 was introduced in the New Castle Engineers would be work working on seeking funding for a DCNR project for the Township Park and potential nature/fitness trail Yeropoli made a MOTION which was seconded by Pezzuolo and a vote of all in favor.
Yeropoli asked for further discussion in which there was none.
There being nothing further, at 6:35 p.m., Pezzuolo made a motion to ADJOURN which was seconded by Yeropoli with a vote of all in favor.
Jean M. Greco