|Minutes: May 25th, 2004|
opened the business meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance. A motion was
made by William Rofkar and seconded by Gary Mortus to approve the minutes of
the last meeting as submitted and to be posted. All voted aye. A motion
was made Gary Mortus and seconded by William Rofkar to pay bills in the
amount of $44,441.78. All voted aye.
Correspondence included letter from Ryan Nuhfer resigning from the Board of Zoning Appeals as he is moving out of the Township, Adelphia regarding new Pay Per View channels and another on participation called “Control Your TV” informing customers about resources available on how to control TV and media, Charles Pogan regarding loud music at Mon Ami as to what action the Board has taken.
Jonathan Heigel asked to have a copy of the letter from Mr. Pogan . Stated they have been taking the decibel and are trying to control the sound of the music as best as possible.
Jim Stouffer will address the sound issue but first would like to thank the Township and anyone involved with the grand opening today of the addition of the golf course. Relative to the noise he and Jonathan have met with a sound expert and are trying to establish parameters and he is coming down on June 5 to take sound levels. None of us want to irritate the neighbors and are trying to do everything possible to control the sound. There is no way we can stop the music completely.
Bob Schroeder stated we need the businesses here for tax money and jobs. Asked Clerk to find out if residents of the Vineyards pay real estate taxes.
Gary Mortus stated the Board regretfully accepts the resignation of Bryan Nuhfer and letter should be sent to him on his services.
Clerk stated Becky Swisher from Hylant Services will be at the next meeting to discuss insurance that will be due in June. Had to transfer $4000.00 from transfers out to Cemetery for supplies with both under the General Fund.
A motion was made by Gary Mortus and seconded by William Rofkar to adopt Resolution to transfer $4000.00 from transfer out to Cemetery in the General Fund. All voted aye.
Robert Schroeder asked if we received the check from the Insurance Company for repair to maintenance building and was advised he had to sign the letter first. Not satisfied with work of Masonry Construction so when check is received should hold it until work is satisfactory. Asked about auction and Bill stated Bob Rogers does not have clearance from the Court yet.
A motion was made by Gary Mortus and seconded by William Rofkar to adjourn. All voted aye.