September 16, 2002
The Board of Supervisors of Pennsbury Township held a regular meeting on Monday,
September 16, 2002. All members were present and the minutes approved as
Manager Kathy Howley reported the following:
Mr. Span is still disputing the engineering bill outstanding for the past 2 years. The township has received $2200 escrow from WSFS. $1000 will be used to do the asbuilts. The remainder is to cover the engineering bills. Mr. Patten stated that Mr. Span had 10 days to dispute the bill according to the MPC. He will write him a letter advising him that the bills are due the township.
Pocopson Township will be having a dedication of their park on September 28th at 11 a.m.
Mr. Patten said that all documents requested by Troy Brady regarding Penn's
Village can be sent to him. There is a charge for copying.
Township Engineer Matt Houtmann reported the following:
Bid documents for the Knoll curbing were submitted to the township. The bid has been advertised in the papers this week and next week. Bids will be opened at the Oct. 7th meeting.
Made a final inspection at Courts at Longwood and issued a letter to the township. Escrow release will be approximately $40,000 and we will retain $68,818.15 until all items are satisfied.
There will be a final inspection at Hillhurst.
Still working on the dam permits. It has been difficult getting responses. Will
also follow up with getting pricing for dredging the pond.
Dave Patten will advertise the recreational fee ordinance for the October 7th meeting.
We should have Planning Commission comments by then. The fee will be set by
Bud Moore is ill and the township will look for his replacement on the SECCRA Board.
A budget meeting will be held October 2nd at 7:30 a.m. Alma Forsyth mentioned that
the township should review the regional Planning Commission report when considering
the library budget for next year.
A bill list dated September 16th numbering 3833-3862 was submitted and approved for
payment by the Board. With no further business the meeting adjourned at 8:30 p.m.
Kathleen Howley, Township Manager