MINUTES OF THE SEPTEMBER 14, 2021 MONTHLY SUPERVISORS’ MEETING : Announcements and Meeting Minutes
Mahoning Township Meeting Minutes
Jean Greco, Mahoning Township Secretary
                Mahoning Township                 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  mahtwp@verizon.net

 Supervisors                                                                               
                                  Vito Yeropoli                                                          Jean Greco – Secretary
                                  Mark A. Sackin                                                            Jean Greco – Treasurer
                                  Gary Pezzuolo


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MINUTES OF THE SEPTEMBER 14, 2021 MONTHLY SUPERVISORS’ MEETING

by Mahoning Township on 01/30/22

Mahoning Township

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  mahtwp@gmail.com

 

Supervisors                                                                              

Vito Yeropoli, Chairman                                                                        Jean M. Greco – Secretary/Treasurer

Gary Pezzuolo, Vice Chairman

Mark A. Sackin

 

 

MINUTES OF THE SEPTEMBER 14, 2021 MONTHLY SUPERVISORS’ MEETING

 

The Mahoning Township Supervisors held their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, September 14, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. which was help at the Mahoning Township Building.  Chairman, Gary Pezzuolo 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 Vito Yeropoli, Mark Sackin and Gary Pezzuolo. Township Solicitor, Engineer, and Police Chief were also present.

 

          Pezzuolo asked for any guest speakers and/or guests to share their concerns.

 

          Pezzuolo asked for a motion to APPROVE THE MINUTES OF THE AUGUST 10, 2021 MEETING which was made by Sackin and seconded by Pezzuolo with a vote of all in favor.

 

          Pezzuolo asked for motion to PAY THE BILLS as prepared by Greco since the last month’s meeting.  The motion was made by Yeropoli and seconded by Sackin with a vote of all in favor.  Pezzuolo asked for a motion to PAY THE PAYROLLS as prepared by Greco since the last month’s meeting.    The motion was made by Sackin and seconded by Pezzuolo with a vote of all in favor.

 

                    TOWNSHIP REPORTS were given as follows:           ZONING by Greco – 2 building permits, 1 fence permit.  Greco further noted there are 2 subdivisions for September planning to meet and present at the next meeting.  The POLICE DEPARTMENT report by Chief Robert Sipe with156 total incidents for the month of July 2021.

 

          Pezzuolo asked for discussion for any UNFINISHED BUSINESS in which resident Ed Klamer brought up the topic from last meeting on the tax for paving roads.  Greco reported 1 mill would produce approximately $125K in revenue which is enough to pave .76 miles of road.  Klamer asked if any residents had feedback on support of this tax.  Marcy Romano and Yeropoli mentioned doing a survey  Klamer expressed frustration with the lack of support and the ongoing condition of the township roads.

 

Resident Anthony DeRose and his wife expressed concerns of Jacobson Road and the drainage which likely causes the road damage.  Discussion ensued and the supervisors agreed that if any road funding remains in 2021, it could be direct to Jacobson.

 

Resident Dave Rodgers expressed drainage issue on River Road as well.

 

Resident Joe Sallman expressed the need to increase revenue in the township vs. raising taxes to increase revenue.

 

Randy Peace expressed the need for those who regularly attend meetings to tell their neighbors to attend the meetings.

 

Moving onto NEW BUSINESS Pezzuolo asked for a MOTION for the ANNUAL RESOLUTION to for the MMO of RETIREMENT FUNDS FOR THE UNION EMPLOYEES.  Sackin made the motion which Pezzuolo seconded and the vote was all in favor.

 

Next, Pezzuolo asked for a MOTION for the ANNUAL RESOLUTION 2021 - 2 to for the MMO of RETIREMENT FUNDS FOR THE UNION EMPLOYEES.  Sackin made the motion which Yeropoli seconded and the vote was all in favor.

 

Pezzuolo reminded residents of the next meeting date Tuesday, October 13, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.

 

Pezzuolo asked for any other discussion.  Residents Walter and Eleanor Patton expressed concern with the weeds and trash around the Edinburg Fire Station.  Pezzuolo said he would discuss this with Poncho Exposito and see that things were cleaned up.  The Patton’s further stated they would not be able to maintain the Memorial any longer.

 

There being nothing further at 6:42 p.m., Pezzuolo made a motion to ADJOURN which was seconded by Sackin with a vote of all in favor.

 

 

 

Jean M. Greco

Secretary