Regular Meeting of the Board of Supervisors of Liberty Township, McKean County
Liberty Township, McKean County
Route 155 Building
March 9, 2023
The Regular Meeting of the Board of Supervisors of Liberty Township was called to order at 8:30 A.M. by Chairman Dick Brown, Supervisor Neil Shepard, Supervisor Fred Ernst, Secretary Cindy Speeth, Mary Grace Collier-Kisler and Ed Vicic were present.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE was recited by all.
1. Ambulance Report for February, 2023 was presented and there were 13 calls for Liberty Township.
2. Fire report for February, 2023 was presented and there were 11 calls for Liberty Township.
3. Secretary’s Report for February 9, 2023 was presented and unanimously accepted on a motion by Supervisor Shepard and a second by Supervisor Ernst.
4. Treasurer’s Report for the month of March, 2023 was presented and unanimously accepted on a motion by Supervisor Shepard and a second by
Supervisor Ernst. Chairman Brown stated that in the General Fund there were bills paid in the amount of $24,733.96, revenues received in the amount of $4.611.32 and a balance of $105,661.69. In the State Fund there were bills paid in the amount of $6,917.26, revenues received in the amount of $201,179.11 and a balance of $250,858.86. In the Sewer Fund there were revenues received of $0 and a balance of $1434.64 which was paid to the Boro of Port Allegany. The Sewer account was closed out and from now on all of the remaining sewer customers will pay directly to the Boro of Port Allegany.
1. Chairman Brown presented PennDot monthly newsletter.
2. Chairman Brown presented a letter from the McKean County Planning Commission approving the Michael Kallenborn Subdivision.
3. Letter from the PA Game Commission notifying us that they are intending to do four Skinner Creek Road bridge projects.
All correspondence was made available to the public.
Chairman Brown told the secretary to put out bids to be opened at the April, 2023 meeting. The bids will be for 1500 tons of 19 mm, more or less and 1800 ton of 9.5 mm, more or less for both FOB and delivery to Coleman Mills, Open Brook and Two Mile. The Supervisors wanted to make sure that the bid stated that the company that won the bid had enough trucks to deliver it all on the same day.
Mary Grace Collier-Kisler spoke about the 2022 library statistics report for Liberty Township. First of all she thanked Liberty Township for upping their donation to the library from $500 to $2000. Liberty Township has 608 library accounts and they had checked out 1,650 items in 2022.She said that the library is now back to pre-pandemic numbers. Also, the amounts being raised by fundraising is about the same as the amount being raised by donations. That shows that people are interested in keeping the library going and are willing to work at it.
As no further business was brought before the Board, the meeting was unanimously adjourned at 9:10 a.m. on a motion by Supervisor Shepard and a second by Supervisor Ernst.