2014 Annual Drinking Water Report

2014 ANNUAL DRINKING WATER QUALITY REPORT

PWSID #:   1090058               NAME:  Riegelsville Water Company

Este informe contiene información importante acerca de su agua potable.  Haga que alguien lo traduzca para usted, ó hable con alguien que lo entienda.  (This report contains important information about your drinking water.  Have someone translate it for you, or speak with someone who understands it.)

WATER SYSTEM INFORMATION:

This report shows our water quality and what it means.  If you have any questions about this report or concerning your water utility, please contact Richard Meade at (215) 901-5102.  We want you to be informed about your water supply.  If you want to learn more, please attend any of our regularly scheduled meetings.  They are held the third (3rd) Wednesday of every month immediately following the 7 pm Community Affairs meeting.

SOURCE(S) OF WATER:

Our water sources are 3 municipal wells, two of which are located in Williams Township, one within the Borough of Riegelsville.  A Source Water Assessment of our source(s) was completed by the PA Department of Environmental Protection (Pa. DEP). The Assessment has found that our source(s) of are potentially most susceptible to agricultural activities, Tier II sites, low density development, high density development, and major road activities.  Overall, our sources have little risk of significant contamination. A summary report of the Assessment is available on the Source Water Assessment & Protection web page at (http://www.dep.state.pa.us/dep/deputate/watermgt/wc/Subjects/SrceProt/SourceAssessment/default.htm). Complete reports were distributed to municipalities, water supplier, local planning agencies and PADEP offices.  Copies of the complete report are available for review at the Pa. DEP Southeast

Regional Office, Records Management Unit at (484) 250-5009.

Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water than the general population.  Immuno-compromised persons such as persons with cancer undergoing chemotherapy, persons who have undergone organ transplants, people with HIV/AIDS or other immune system disorders, some elderly, and infants can be particularly at risk from infections.  These people should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers.  EPA/CDC guidelines on appropriate means to lessen the risk of infection by Cryptosporidium and other microbial contaminants are available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791).

Monitoring Your Water:

We routinely monitor for contaminants in your drinking water according to federal and state laws.  The following tables show the results of our monitoring for the period of January 1 to December 31, 2014.  The State allows us to monitor for some contaminants less than once per year because the concentrations of these contaminants do not change frequently.  Some of our data is from prior years in accordance with the Safe Drinking Water Act.  The date has been noted on the sampling results table.

DEFINITIONS:

Action Level (AL) - The concentration of a contaminant which, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements which a water system must follow.

Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) – The highest level of a contaminant that is allowed in drinking water.  MCLs are set as close to the MCLGs as feasible using the best available treatment technology.

Maximum Contaminant Level Goal (MCLG) - The level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to health.  MCLGs allow for a margin of safety.

Maximum Residual Disinfectant Level (MRDL) – The highest level of a disinfectant allowed in drinking water.  There is convincing evidence that addition of a disinfectant is necessary for control of microbial contaminants.

Maximum Residual Disinfectant Level Goal (MRDLG) - The level of a drinking water disinfectant below which there is no known or expected risk to health.  MRDLGs do not reflect the benefits of the use of disinfectants to control microbial contaminants.

Minimum Residual Disinfectant Level (MinRDL) - The minimum level of residual disinfectant required at the entry point to the distribution system.

Treatment Technique (TT) - A required process intended to reduce the level of a contaminant in drinking water.

Mrem/year = millirems per year (a measure of                      ppm = parts per million, or milligrams per liter

radiation absorbed by the body)                                             (mg/L)

pCi/L = picocuries per liter (a measure of                              ppq = parts per quadrillion, or picograms per

radioactivity)                                                                           liter

ppb = parts per billion, or micrograms per liter                       ppt = part per trillion, or nanograms per liter

(µg/L)

DETECTED SAMPLE RESULTS:

 

Entry Point Disinfectant Residual
Contaminant Minimum Disinfectant

Residual

Lowest

Level Detected

Range of Detections Units Sample Date Violation Y/N Sources of Contamination
Chlorine 0.4 0.43 0.43 – 2.2 ppm 2014 N Water additive used to control microbes.

 

Lead and Copper
Contaminant Action Level (AL) MCLG 90th Percentile Value Units # of Sites Above AL of Total Sites Violation Y/N Sources of

Contamination

Lead 15 0 3.90 ppb 0 out of 10 N Corrosion of household plumbing.
Copper 1.3 1.3 .526 ppm 0 out of 10 N Corrosion of household plumbing.

 

 

Chemical Contaminants

  Contaminant MCL in CCR Units MCLG Level Detected Range of Detections Units Sample Date Violation Y/N Sources of Contamination
  Arsenic (IOC) 10 0 0.26 0.26 ppb 2012 N Erosion of natural deposits; Runoff from orchards; Runoff from glass and electronics production wastes
  Barium (IOC) 2 2 0.0237 0.0199 – 0.0237 ppm 2012 N Discharge of drilling wastes; Discharge from metal refineries; Erosion of natural deposits
  Chromium (IOC) 100 100 0.39 0.39 ppb 2012 N Discharge from steel and pulp mills; Erosion of natural deposits
  Nickel (IOC) 100 0 0.79 0.51 – 0.79 ppb 2012 N Erosion of natural deposits; Corrosion of home plumbing
  Nitrate 10 10 3.83 1.09 – 4.61 ppm 2014 N Runoff from fertilizer use; Leaching from septic tanks, sewage; Erosion of natural deposits
  Selenium (IOC) 50 50 1.7 0.79 – 1.7 ppb 2012 N Discharge from petroleum and metal refineries; Erosion of natural deposits; Discharge from mines
  TTHM 80 N/A 5.12 4.66 – 5.12 ppb 2014 N By-product of drinking water chlorination
  Radium-228 N/A 0 0.076 0.076 pCi/l 2012 N Erosion of natural deposits

 

OTHER VIOLATIONS:

Our Drinking Water Electronic Reporting (DWELR) report is due by the tenth (10th) of each month for the prior month.  We were late on filing and were issued a violation.  Compliance was achieved and the violation closed. 

EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION:

The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs and wells.  As water travels over the surface of the land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally-occurring minerals and, in some cases, radioactive material, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or from human activity.  Contaminants that may be present in source water include:

  • Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, which may come from sewage treatment plants, septic systems, agricultural livestock operations, and wildlife.
  • Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring or result from urban stormwater run-off, industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, oil and gas production, mining, or farming.
  • Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety of sources such as agriculture, urban stormwater runoff, and residential uses.
  • Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are by-products of industrial processes and petroleum production, and can also come from gas stations, urban stormwater runoff, and septic systems.
  • Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally-occurring or be the result of oil and gas production and mining activities.

In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, EPA and DEP prescribes regulations which limit the amount of certain contaminants in water provided by public water systems.  FDA and DEP regulations establish limits for contaminants in bottled water which must provide the same protection for public health.

Drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants.  The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that water poses a health risk.  More information about contaminants and potential health effects can be obtained by calling the Environmental Protection Agency’s Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791).

INFORMATION ABOUT LEAD:

If present, elevated levels of lead can cause serious health problems, especially for pregnant women and young children.  Lead in drinking water is primarily from materials and components associated with service lines and home plumbing.  Riegelsville Water Company is responsible for providing high quality drinking water, but cannot control the variety of materials used in plumbing components.  When your water has been sitting for several hours, you can minimize the potential for lead exposure by flushing your tap for 30 seconds to 2 minutes before using water for drinking or cooking.  If you are concerned about lead in your water, you may wish to have your water tested.  Information on lead in drinking water, testing methods, and steps you can take to minimize exposure is available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline or at http://www.epa.gov/safewater/lead.

OTHER INFORMATION:

What is added to the water supply?  As a public water supplier, we add very small amounts of a chemical called chlorine to our water.  The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental protection (PADEP) requires that the water be disinfected prior to delivery.  Chlorine kills any germs or bacteria that might be present in the water mains as the water is delivered to our customers.  The water as it comes from the ground I generally free of harmful bacteria.

Riegelsville Water Company DOES NOT add Fluoride to its water supply.

If you would like this report in electronic format in the future please email:  riegelsville@verizon.net with “Add me to the CCR list” in the subject line.

Riegelsville Water Company

PO Box 494

Riegelsville, PA  18077

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February 2015 Counci Meeting

President Thomas E. Stinnett called the regular meeting of the Riegelsville Borough Council to order at 7:000p.m. February 11, 2015. Following the Pledge of Allegiance, roll call was taken.  PRESENT: Edward Bartosiewicz, Rich Pursell, Rodney Scott, Thomas Stinnett and Kathleen Weiss.   E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve the minutes of the January 14, 2015 Council Meeting subject to acceptance of Rich Pursell’s resignation retroactive to its tender with ratification of all official actions since then, R. Scott seconded.  Unanimous. 

CORRESPONDENCE:  

Letter was read dated January 19, 2015 from Thomas E Stinnett, Riegelsville Planning Commission Secretary- 2014 Annual report to the Borough Council.

Letter was read dated January 26, 2015 from Community Fire Co. #1 of Riegelsville inviting the Borough Council and a guest to attend the banquet on Saturday evening March 7, 2015.

Letter was read dated February 10, 2015 from Michael R. Smith, Cowan Associates in reference to the sound level outdoor testing for 410 Easton Road.

Email was read dated February 11, 2015 from Matt Brady, Borough Employee in reference to snow plowing.

REPORTS:

President – T. Stinnett reported to Council that he attended the FERC (Penn East Pipeline) meeting at Northampton Community College.

Mayor Absent

 

COMMENTS OF CITIZENS:  One Borough resident present.

Elaine Albrecht reported to Council that the Enhancement Committee hoagie sale was a success! They sold 87 hoagies, 24 veggie wraps and 4 calendars. Profit was $222.00 from hoagies & wraps, donations $110.50 and $20.00 from calendars. Next meeting is February 25, 2015 at 7pm.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Community Affairs:

Concerns from citizens:  One Borough Resident Present.

Discussions:

Zoning: Jim Kopchak, Borough zoning officer reported to Council that two Building Permit were issued:

Oil Tank Closure and 100 Amp Meter. A complaint came to the Borough office in reference to 667 Wayside Way with pictures showing piles of building materials, trash and dog feces. Jim sent an enforcement letter on January 7th informing the property owner to clean up the property.   Bucks County Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) go into effect on March 16th, 2015. Sherry will get Jim a copy of the revised flood zone ordinance.

Library News: Beth Banko, Library Board of Trustees President reported to Council that the “Little Free Library” will be installed near the Post Office. Borough Resident, Paul Anthony will design and install it. Terri & Julia made an extra effort to add new and new to the library books to the collection before the end of the year. They added 133 items including adult, young adult and juvenile books.  Tax forms have begun to arrive at the Library. AARP volunteers will begin Tuesday February 10th to help residents with their taxes.  The annual “Gingerbread House” making program was well-attended. Next up, “Valentine Making” on February 7th.  All ages are welcome.

November statistics:

Circulation: 1046

Public Count: 568

Historic Room Visits: 0

Internet use: 10

Items added: 133

Adults Programs: 1 program/9 attended.

Juvenile: December- 12 programs= 34 Children, 15 Adults.

Fire Co. News: Ed reported that December Santa Breakfast served 459, January 18-Served 206, due to the bad weather.  Next Breakfast is February 15. Fish Fry Fridays start February 20, 5-7pm.

Riegelsville Enhancement Committee News: Next fundraiser is Super bowl hoagie sale February 1.

Riegelsville Emergency Management: Nothing to report.

            UBREMS News: Ed reported to Council that they hired a new bookkeeper, Kate Budlong.

Property owner at 203 Easton Road was having difficulty getting homeowners insurance due to the apartments

current address 302 Maple Lane. Ed and Sherry spoke to the BC 911 Center and UBREMS to ask what address could be found in case of an emergency. The new apartment address is 203B Easton Road.

Rec Board News: Rodney reported that Ball season is around the corner, signups are 1/29 and 1/31.

First on the list to get done is the ADA sidewalk back where the batting cages are at the softball field.

      Riegelsville Planning Commission: Nothing to report.

Utilities:

Comments from Citizens:  1 resident present. Nothing to report.

Discussions:

Liberty Propane is very busy with emergency heating situations and then they will put in the Borough tanks.

Four property owners had questions in reference to the on lot septic maintenance ordinance. Council discussed these questions and Sherry will send letters to the property owners with answers to their questions.

Villa Richard has a water pressure issue that Matt is looking into tomorrow January 22.

Sherry discussed with Council that March 16-20, 2015 both her and Tammy will be on vacation. Council will take turns checking the messages and Sherry will put a different message on the answering machine.

 

Streets & Properties:

Comments from Citizens: One Borough resident was present.

Borough resident, Warren Brown received a violation letter dated September 29, 2014, Mr. Brown stated that he owns 39 acres and does have a shooting target that he and his children use, he explained to Council that his children are 15 and have taken the safety courses. The Borough office received a concern that firearms where being discharged within the Borough limits.  Council and Mayor Stokes continued this discussion.

Discussions:

Decibel readings were taken for the excessive noise at 410 Easton Road, Todd Myers, Borough Engineer will send a report.

Salt deliveries are taking a long time to be delivered with Sherry making many calls to check on them.

Rich suggested installing heat in the Borough Garage, it will help the equipment to last longer. Rich will talk to Matt about getting prices on spray insulation and putting up an insulated recessed ceiling. Council agreed it is well needed.  Rich also discussed with Matt the plowing complaints the Borough office and other Council members are hearing. Rich will put together a letter to be sent to the Borough employees that plow.

Finance:

Comment from Citizens: No One present

Discussions:

The Well #2 paperwork has been forwarded to the insurance co. for the claim of $4,164.00 for Barry Hoffman’s 2 invoices. Remark: Received insurance claim check today February 11, 2015 $3,164.00.

United Way would like to use the meeting room for an open house.

Council looked over the financials.

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

            Today the Borough office received the results from Palisades School District “Demographic Data Presentation. Riegelsville Planning Commission sent a letter and Tom Stinnett sent info from the Bucks County Planning Commission too.  Tom will look over these documents and get back to Council.

 

NEW BUSINESS: 

            Rich Pursell reported to Council that Springfield Township belongs to the Co-Star Salt consortium and have maxed out their salt orders already for the year.  Rich asked Council if the Borough could get the salt delivered here and sell it to Springfield Township if needed, they are getting it from a few other municipalities. Council approved.

 

APPROVAL OF BILLS:   R. Pursell motioned to approve bills.  K. Weiss seconded.  Unanimous.

 

Meeting adjourned 8:15 PM.

 

Next Council Meeting March 11, 2015 at 7pm

 

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January 2015 Council Minutes

President Thomas E. Stinnett called the regular meeting of the Riegelsville Borough Council to order at 7:02 p.m. January 14, 2015. Following the Pledge of Allegiance, roll call was taken.  PRESENT: Edward Bartosiewicz, Rich Pursell, Rodney Scott, Thomas Stinnett, Kathleen Weiss and Mayor Stokes.   E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve the minutes of the December 10, 2014 Council Meeting subject to acceptance of Rich Pursell’s resignation retroactive to its tender with ratification of all official actions since then, R. Scott seconded.  Unanimous. 

CORRESPONDENCE:  

Letter dated December 23, 2014 from Riegelsville Public Library thanking Borough Council for their 2014 donation.

Letter dated December 31, 2014 from Armour & Sons Electric, Inc. 2015 rates.

Tammy Macaluso, Riegelsville Borough Tax Collector gave Council the 2014 Lien summary report. 2013 and prior taxes.

Letter dated January 5, 2015 from County of Bucks Board of Election 2015 dates: Municipal Primary- May 19, 2015, Municipal Election – November 3, 2015.

Letter dated January 7, 2015 from Borough resident Frank E. Albrecht applauds President Stinnett and Mayor Stokes stance against the proposed PennEast Pipeline project that was written in the Bucks County Herald on December 25, 2014.

Letter dated January 9, 2015 from County of Bucks Emergency Services. The County of Bucks Emergency Management Department has identified and designated the Bucks County Hazardous Incident Response Team to be the only team that will be dispatched by the Bucks County 911 Center to respond to HAZMAT incidents in Bucks County.

Letter dated January 14, 2015 from Richard W. Pursell, Jr. at the request of the Riegelsville Borough Council rescind his resignation for the position of Council member. REMARKS:

Email dated January 14, 2015 from Alisa Harris, UGI (Penn East Pipeline) provided the list FERC’s scoping hearings for the proposed pipeline project.

REPORTS:

President – T. Stinnett reported to Council that he received an email from Steve Salva in reference to Pipeline safety setbacks in Ontario Canada. It states that for a 36 inch pipe the setback should be ½ mile.  Sherry will forward the email to Council tomorrow morning.

Mayor Mayor Stokes reported to Council that he sent a letter to Sgt. Nosal with PA State Police in reference to the increased speed on Delaware road since the new canal bridge has been put in. The peak time is rush hour. T. Stinnett will contact M. Quinn’s office.  Mayor Stokes also reported that the risers did not get fixed in front of his office. S. Masteller will contact Ed Burns.  S. Masteller will contact Elizabeth and ask if the drainage pipe to the river has been replaced.

COMMENTS OF CITIZENS:  Two Borough resident: Dan Cook would like to discuss the proposed Snow removal ordinance. Discussion will be during the unfinished business.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:  No meetings due to Holidays.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

Approval for of Ordinance #231 Snow Removal. D. Cook discussed with Council a few concerns: Why did the time change to 24 hours. T. Stinnett reported that during the discussions of the Riegelsville Planning Commission they compared what other municipalities are doing. All stated 24 hours. T. Stinnett also stated that a written warning notice with a copy of the ordinance would be mailed out before the violation. S. Masteller, Borough Secretary stated that usually the written notices have been rectified so there would not be a need for a violation to be sent.   R. Scott motioned to approve. E. Bartosiewicz seconded. Unanimous.

Approval of the 2014 Exoneration list for per capita tax. R. Scott motioned to approve. R. Pursell. Unanimous.

Approval of unpaid per capita tax accounts. K. Weiss motioned to approve. R. Scott seconded. Unanimous.

Approval of Resolution R-01-15 Zoning Hearing Board reappointment of Allen Madnick term ending December 31, 2017.  E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve. K. Weiss seconded. Unanimous.

Approval of Resolution R-02-15, authorizing the Borough’s Fire Company to recover cost and /or expenses for its services from property owners through claims submitted only upon an individual property owners ‘insurance policy. R. Pursell motioned to approve. K. Weiss seconded. Unanimous.

            Council discussed the Draft lease for C. Cardone parking lot/ side walk.

NEW BUSINESS:  T. Stinnett stated that the Riegelsville Planning Commission needs Borough cards for 2015 too.  S. Masteller will take care of them.

 

APPROVAL OF BILLS:   R. Scott motioned to approve bills.  R. Pursell seconded.  Unanimous.

 

Meeting adjourned 8:25 PM.

 

Next Council Meeting February 11, 2015 at 7pm

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December 2014 Council Minutes

President Thomas E. Stinnett called the regular meeting of the Riegelsville Borough Council to order at 7:02 p.m. December 10, 2014. Following the Pledge of Allegiance, roll call was taken.  PRESENT: Edward Bartosiewicz, Rodney Scott, Thomas Stinnett, Kathleen Weiss and Mayor Stokes. ABSENT: Rich Pursell.   E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve the minutes of the November 12, 2014 Council Meeting, R. Scott seconded.  Unanimous. 

 CORRESPONDENCE:  

Letter received dated November 19, 2014 from Richard W. Pursell, Jr. Council member resignation. Bartosiewicz motioned to accept with regret. R. Scott seconded. Unanimous.

Fax received dated December 10, 2014 Riegelsville Planning Commission- Snow removal Ordinance.             REPORTS:

President – T. Stinnett reported to Council that he attended a DRBC meeting and gave them a copy of the Borough’s PennEast Resolution.

Mayor Mayor Stokes reported to Council that he talked to Canal Bridge contractors about the noise from the water valves that need to be flush with the new pavement, they will take care of it.

COMMENTS OF CITIZENS:  One Borough resident- no comment

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Community Affairs:

Concerns from citizens:

2 borough resident present, John Murphy-Weiss and Elaine Albrecht.

John Murphy-Weiss lives on Maplewood and would like to know when the stop signs in the middle of Maplewood Road will be removed since the temporary bridge is now closed and the new Canal Bridge is open.  Council discussed this and asked Sherry to have Matt remove them tomorrow.

Discussions:

Zoning: Jim Kopchak, Borough zoning officer reported to Council that five Building Permit were issued:

HVAC, New Boiler, Propane Tank, Roof Repair and Boiler and Propane Tank. Jim received the information in reference to the noise ordinance and reported to Council that Keystone services does not have anyone that is certified to do dBA readings.

Library News: Julia Sefton, Riegelsville Public Library Children’s Librarian reported to Council that there will be three more Art Classes for the year. Julia set up a table at Durham Days (October 11) and Fall Roll Out Car Show (November 2). Fall Book Sale is set for November 21, 22 and 29th.  Once a month Julia goes to Care a lot in Durham Twp.  Julia asked Council if they could be put up small Library signs at the corner by Lutheran Church, and by Elmwood/Church Road. Sherry and Matt will look into the supplier of the Borough signs and get back to Julia.

October statistics:

Circulation: 1176

Historic Room Visits: 0

Items added: 72

Public Count: 536

Internet use: 10

Adult programs: 5 programs

Juvenile: 10 events 80 children, 35 adults

Teen Book Club:

Fire Co. News: Ed reported the November 16th Breakfast served 366. December 4th is a CPR certification class if any Council members would like to attend. December 6th is the Annual Community Dinner. December 21, is “Breakfast with Santa”.

Riegelsville Enhancement Committee News: No meetings November or December. 2015 Calendars

will be sold during the St John UCC Holiday Bazaar on Saturday November 22, 2014.

Riegelsville Emergency Management: Nothing to report.

            UBREMS News: They are still looking for a new Chief. The next meeting is December 8, 2014.

Rec Board News: Rodney reported to Council that the new door came in so he just needs to put it in.

            Riegelsville Planning Commission: Next meeting is December 1, 2014 at 7pm. They will be discussing the current snow removal ordinance.

Utilities:

Comments from Citizens:  1 resident present. Nothing to report.

Discussions:

James Hoeksema, property owner of 945 Edgewood Road came to the Borough Office to ask if the Borough moved the boulders that are on the corner of his property. Matt moved them because water was laying and he needed to make a trench to drain the water.  T. Stinnett stated that the Borough owns 30 feet off and that is probably where the boulders are anyway. T. Stinnett said to have Matt look for the property pins. REMARKS: Matt could not find the property pins, Sherry will ask Mr. Hoeksema if he has the locations; if not we could ask Todd Myers, Borough Engineer.

Liberty Propane Co. reported that setbacks are 10 feet from building and property lines. Council would like to get the fee for Liberty to do the excavation for the tanks. T. Stinnett asked Sherry to check with Steve Salva to ask who did St Lawrence’s underground tanks. REMARKS: Sherry spoke to Steve Salva, Schaibles Heating did the complete job.

The tenant that lives at #145 Easton Road would like to put an old well in service to water the garden. Council stated that the Borough Ordinance does not allow that.  Sherry will let the tenant know.

 

Borough office received a proposal for Armour & Sons Electric Co. to install a generator adaptor for the traffic light. $1275.00 includes labor and material.

The final PennDOT Canal Bridge inspection is set for December 2, 2014 at 1:30- Tom will attend.

Sherry sent an email to L. Belmonte, PennDOT District Traffic Engineer to ask how the traffic could be calmed at the New Canal Bridge. Sherry reported that during the November 12, 2014 Council meeting Borough Resident Amanda Richardson asked what could be done.  Mr. Belmonte stated they do not do speed humps.

However he did state that he would have D. Centofante, Traffic Studies Supervisor will review the signage is in place, and whether any pavement markings are appropriate then get the results back to the Borough office.

Streets & Properties:

Comments from Citizens:  No one present

Discussions:

Council continued to discuss the 410 Easton Road noise issue.

Council discussed the current alley stop signs that need to be added to the Borough ordinance.

The Riegelsville Planning Commission made some proposed changes to the current snow removal ordinance. Council will receive a copy very soon.

Matt has researched quotes to purchase a used storage Container to put next to the Borough garage.

The quotes range from $2050.00 to $3200.00 delivered. Rich would like to put this on the Council agenda since this purchase is in the current 2014 Budget.

Mayor Stokes reported to Council that the 3 water valves in front of his business/personal home need to be fixed by PennDOT. Rich asked if PennDOT added risers before they paved. Mayor Stokes said no and he will talk to them about this issue.

Kathie reported that the drains on 611 are filled with leaves. Sherry stated that Matt cleans off the top but the lines between the drains are clogged and PennDOT will not take care of that.

Kathie reported that there is a hole on Church Road near St Peters Lutheran Church and one on Elmwood Road before St Lawrence Catholic Church.

Finance:

Comment from Citizens:  No One present

Discussions:

Bill Dudeck-Borough Solicitor, Tom Stinnett and Rodney Scott will meet with Craig Cardone to discuss the possible lease of Craig’s parking lot on Wednesday December 10, 2014 at 6pm.

Liberty propane Co. reported to Sherry that underground propane tanks need to be 10 feet from buildings and property lines. The excavation for each tank is appx. $1000.00.

The property at 719 Easton Road had bamboo hanging on Route 611 during the heavy snow storm last week. Council suggested that Bill Dudeck should send the property owners the bamboo ordinance that references taking care of this dangerous issue.

Council looked over the financials.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

Approval for proposal from Port Container Co. proposal for $2050.00 includes delivery for 40ft container for next to the garage.  2nd quote from Interport Co. $1800.00 plus $500.00 delivery. 3rd quote Seaside Container Co. $2650.00 with Delivery.  R. Scott motioned to approve. E. Bartosiewicz seconded. Unanimous.

Approval for proposal from Barry Hoffman Electric $6890.00 for transfer switch for Well #3. R. Scott motioned to approve. E. Bartosiewicz. Unanimous.

Approval for proposal from Liberty Propane Inc. 2 underground propane tanks and excavation $10,000.00.  E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve. K. Weiss seconded. Unanimous.

Approval for proposal from Armour & Sons Inc $1275.00 for Generator cabinet with cord for traffic light, includes labor and material.  R. Scott motioned to approve. K. Weiss seconded. Unanimous.

Approval of the 2015 Budget. K. Weiss motioned to approve. R. Scott seconded. Unanimous.

Approval of Ordinance # 229, Flood Plain Management Regulations. E. Bartosiewicz motioned to

approve.  K. Weiss seconded.  Unanimous.

Approval of Ordinance #230, Tax Levy for 2015      12.75 Mils. K. Weiss motioned to approve. E.

Bartosiewicz seconded.  Unanimous.

Approval to advertise the proposed Ordinance #231 Snow Removal Ordinance. R. Scott motioned the approval to advertise.  E. Bartosiewicz seconded.  Unanimous.

 NEW BUSINESS:  None to report.

 APPROVAL OF BILLS:   K. Weiss motioned to approve bills.  E. Bartosiewicz seconded.  Unanimous.

 

Meeting adjourned 8:15 PM.

 

Next Council Meeting January 14, 2015 at 7pm

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Proposed Ordinance 231

This public notice was in the Express Times on December 18, 2014

NOTICE

 

Notice is hereby given by the Council of the Borough of Riegelsville that proposed Ordinance No. 231 amending Chapter 21 (Streets and Sidewalks), Part 2 (Sidewalk Snow and Ice Removal), sections 201 and 202 of the Riegelsville Borough Code of Ordinances, will be presented for review and passage at the Regular Council meeting to be held on Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at the Borough Hall, Riegelsville, Pennsylvania.  A full copy of the proposed ordinance may be examined without charge at the Borough Hall, the office of this newspaper or the Law Library at the Bucks County Court House during normal business hours, or may be obtained upon request for a charge not greater than the cost thereof.  The following is a summary of the proposed ordinance which will be presented for adoption at the meeting so that Chapter 21, Part 2 and the three sections contained therein are replaced in their entirety.  Proposed section 21 obligates affected owners with the responsibility of clearing snow and ice within a 24-hour period.  Section 202 authorizes the Borough to do the work and collected ands and additional amounts for failure to comply with Section 201.  Section 203 imposes penalties for violations of the Ordinance, being a fine not to exceed $300.00 and/or a term of imprisonment not to exceed 90 days.

 

 

Prepared by:

William T. Dudeck, Esquire

Eastburn and Gray, P.C.

60 East Court Street

P.O. Box 1389

Doylestown, PA 18901

(215) 345-7000

Solicitor for the

                                                                                                Borough of Riegelsville

 

PROPOSED RIEGELSVILLE BOROUGH ORDINANCE No. 231

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 21 (STREETS AND SIDEWALKS),

PART 2 (SIDEWALK SNOW AND ICE REMOVAL) OF THE

RIEGELSVILLE BOROUGH CODE OF ORDINANCES

 

 

BE IT ORDAINED by the Borough Council of the Borough of Riegelsville, in the County of Bucks and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, that Chapter 21, Part 2 of the Riegelsville Code of Ordinances is hereby replaced in its entirety with the following provisions:

 

  1. Owner Responsible for Snow and Ice Removal.  The owner of every property fronting upon or alongside of any of the streets of the Borough of Riegelsville is hereby required to remove or caused to be removed from all of the sidewalks in front of or alongside of such property all snow and ice which has fallen or formed therein, within twenty-four (24) hours after the same shall have ceased to fall or to be formed; and in those areas where there are no sidewalks, if there is curbing and a flat area wide enough to shovel or remove the snow via other means, then within the aforementioned period of twenty-four (24) hours, the owner shall clear an area at least thirty-two (32) inches wide so that pedestrians can walk along this area and not have to go into the street.

Provided:  The owner of the property shall be responsible for conforming to the requirements of this ordinance where such property is occupied by such owner or is unoccupied or vacant or is a multiple-business or multiple-dwelling property, designed to be occupied by more than one tenant; and that the owner shall assure that he or she is ultimately responsible for removal of the snow and ice.

 

  1. Borough May Do the Work and Collect Costs and Additional Amount.   In any case where the owner shall fail, neglect or refuse to comply with any of the provisions of Section 201 within the time limit prescribed therein, the Borough may proceed to immediately clear all snow and ice from the sidewalks of such delinquent sidewalks, and to collect the expense thereof, together with any additional amount allowed by law, from such owner.  Said costs may be in addition to any fine or penalty imposed under Section 203 of this Ordinance.

 

  1. Penalties. Any person, firm or corporation who shall violate any provision of this ordinance shall, upon conviction thereof, be sentenced to pay a fine of not more than three hundred dollars ($300.00) and/or be imprisoned for a term not to exceed ninety (90) days.

 

Enacted and ordained this 14th day of January 2015.

 

ATTEST:                                                                     RIEGELSVILLE BOROUGH COUNCIL:

 

____________________                                By:      _________________________

Secretary                                                                     President

 

Approved as an Ordinance of the Borough of Riegelsville, this 14th day of January 2015.

 

 

Mayor

 

 

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November 2014 Council Minutes

President Thomas E. Stinnett called the regular meeting of the Riegelsville Borough Council to order at 7:02 p.m. November 12, 2014. Following the Pledge of Allegiance, roll call was taken.  PRESENT: Edward Bartosiewicz, Rodney Scott, Thomas Stinnett, Kathleen Weiss and Mayor Stokes. ABSENT: Rich Pursell.   E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve the minutes of the October 8, 2014 Council Meeting, R. Scott seconded.  Unanimous. 

CORRESPONDENCE:  

            A thank you letter was received from Lance Lawn Care for letting them take care of the Borough lawn care.                                      

Email received announcing the BC Borough Association meeting on Tuesday November 25, 2014 with guest speaker, Robert G. Loughery, Bucks County Commissioner.  T. Stinnett will be attending.

Email received dated November 5, 2014 from Alisa Harris, PennEast Pipeline Co. “Interactive Mapping Tool”

Email received October 24, 2014 from Alisa Harris, PennEast Pipeline Co. “Open House Dates”

Email received October 17, 2014 from Alisa Harris, PennEast Pipeline Co. “FERC accepts PennEast Pipeline for Pre-filing process.

Email dated October 13, 2014 from Peter Marx, PennEast Pipeline Right – Of – Way Manager stated that they will not be abutting the Borough Open Space parcel #38-004-001.

REPORTS:

President – Nothing to report.

Mayor Mayor Stokes reported to Council that he performed one wedding.  Mayor Stokes called the State Police to make them aware of the new Canal Bridge was open and to watch for speeding.

COMMENTS OF CITIZENS:

Amanda Richardson, Borough resident that lives at 24 Delaware Road next to the Canal Bridge. Amanda asked to be put on the agenda to discuss the speed of the cars going over the bridge, her concern is she has a young child and has to cross Delaware road to get to her vehicle. Amanda asked what Council can do about the speed, she suggested speed bumps before there is a tragedy.  T. Stinnett stated that Delaware Road is a State Road not owned by the Borough but we can ask PennDOT what can be done to help with this.  Mayor Stokes added that around 3600 vehicles cross the bridge daily. S. Masteller will contact the PennDOT representative to see if we could put “SLOW” signs painted on the road and put up “Watch Children” signs too.

  1. Masteller will report back to Council and Amanda with more information from PennDOT.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Community Affairs:

Concerns from citizens:  None to report, 1 borough resident present.

Discussions:

Zoning: Jim Kopchak, Borough zoning officer reported to Council that 1 Building Permit was issued:

Deck, 1 zoning permit was issued for deck.  We did receive the certified cards back from Mr. Kreider on September 2 and 8. Jim attended the October 2, Zoning Hearing Board in reference to Ash Lane Parcel (TMP 38-002-024) requesting 2 variances. The request was denied by the Zoning Hearing Board.

Library News: Beth Banko, Library Board Member reported to Council that Estelle and Terri participated in the Broadband 101 training on Wednesday, September 17.  Julia went to mandated reporter training in Doylestown on September 18. All librarians are now required to report incidents of child abuse.  This training explained this new responsibility. Library representatives will be doing a children’s table at “Riegelsville Fall Rollout Car Show” on November 2, 2014. The Library will be hosting the “Halloween Parade” on October 25.  Sherry will take care of certificate of insurance to St Lawrence Church for registering for the parade.

September statistics:

Circulation: 1473

Historic Room Visits: 5

Items added: 18

Public Count: 701

Internet use: 21

Adult programs: 3 events

Juvenile: 14 events 67 children, 51 adults

Teen Book Club:

Fire Co. News: Ed reported the next Breakfast is Sunday October 19. Todd reported they received a state debt reduction grant of $15,000.00.

Riegelsville Enhancement Committee News: Next meeting is October 22, at 7pm. They are selling

the Boscov’s “Helping Hands” shopping passes for $5.00, the event is October 21. They are setting up to sell

slates and take orders for 2015 Calendars during the October 19 breakfast and during the November 22, 2014

St John UCC Holiday Bazaar.

Riegelsville Emergency Management: Frank Preedy, Riegelsville EMA Coordinator reported to

Council that the Guest speaker from PPL was the guest speaker tonight at 6:15 to discuss the procedures are

in case of an electrical outage. The first to get helped are the 911 Center, Critical Care and the power facilities.

Everyone needs to contact Met-Ed for an outage.

            UBREMS News: Adam Maziuk is resigning his position as Chief of December 31, 2014, they

are accepting resumes.

 

Rec Board News: Rodney reported to Council that the car show committee is meeting every Thursday

at 6:30 since it is getting close to the show on November 2, 2014.

      Riegelsville Planning Commission: Next meeting is November 3, 2014 at 7pm.

            Todd Myers, Borough Engineer: Discussion on a few item in the proposed Flood plain ordinance to

send to Leslie Rhoads.

Utilities:

Comments from Citizens:  1 resident present. Nothing to report.

Discussions:

The Borough office received a letter from Kenneth Kerstner asking for a consideration of waiving the water hookup fee since the current water line was routed through the Borough Hall building to the north side of his property #635 Easton Road, adjacent to the septic service line. Council stated that the line could have been rerouted due to upgrading the septic system instead of putting a new one in from 611.  Sherry will contact Ken of Council’s decision not to waive the fees.

 

Riegelsville Fire Co. set up a new account with Liberty Propane for the emergency generator, Sherry will contact them for a quote for the Borough generator.

Jim Ott, Borough Resident sent an email in reference to not being able to use Craig Cardone’s sidewalk, Sherry explained that that sidewalk is a private not on a borough or state road right of way. Jim also would like a shield on a street light due to it lighting up his whole yard. Sherry explained that they do not do shields on the new light but maybe the wattage could be lowered.

Hydrant flushing October 20-24, 9pm to midnight.

Trick or Treat October 31, 6-8pm.

Streets & Properties:

Comments from Citizens:  Tom and Elizabeth Speicher came to reiterate the letter dated October 16, 2014 they sent via email to Council in reference to the excessive and repetitive band practice noise Greg Ort’s property 410 Easton Road.  Tom added that the Band was practicing Saturday and when he returned home from the Borough Park the decimal reading from 6:10pm to 6:21pm ranged from 61-71. Council asked a few questions and would like Sherry Masteller to contact William Dudeck, Borough Solicitor in reference to this issue. Tom and Elizabeth will be updated immediately when more information is available.

Discussions:

  1. Pursell suggested to send a letter to the Tavern about the snow plowing of the corner of Durham/611.

Borough office received the material quote for cold patch for next season.

Finance:

Discussions:

Borough office received the 2013 financial from the Fire Co.

Another proposal for an appraisal for Craig Cardone’s parking lot was received. Council suggested contacting Bill, Borough Solicitor for additional information.

Borough office received a written letter from Todd Myers, Borough Engineer to finalize the #948 Edgewood Road-paving driveway project

Borough office received a proposal for propane tanks for the Borough Hall Generator. Council had a few questions for Sherry to ask Liberty Propane and get back to Council.

            Borough office received a proposal to put an automatic switch at Well #3 generator, Council had a few questions for Sherry to ask Barry Hoffman and report back to Council.

Discussion of bills.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

Approval to advertise the proposed Ordinance #229 “AN ORDINANCE REQUIRING ALL PERSONS, PARTNERSHIPS, BUSINESSES, AND CORPORATIONS TO OBTAIN A PERMIT FOR ANY CONSTRUCTION OR DEVELOPMENT; PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF SUCH PERMITS; SETTING FORTH CERTAIN MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT WITHIN AREAS OF THE Borough of Riegelsville WHICH ARE SUBJECT TO FLOODING; AND ESTABLISHING PENALTIES FOR ANY PERSONS WHO FAIL, OR REFUSE TO COMPLY WITH, THE REQUIREMENTS OR PROVISIONS OF THIS ORDINANCE”. R. Scott motioned to approve, E. Bartosiewicz seconded.  Unanimous.

Approval to advertise the proposed 2015 Budget.  K. Weiss motioned to approve,

  1. Scott seconded. Unanimous.

Approval to advertise Ordinance #230 Tax Rate Levy, will stay the same 12.75 Mils. K. Weiss motioned to advertise E. Bartosiewicz seconded.  Unanimous.

Approval of Resolution R-04-14 – PennEast Pipeline Co.

The Riegelsville Borough Council does hereby object to the design and construction of a 36-inch natural gas pipeline passing through and under Riegelsville Borough.  The construction and operation of the pipeline will significantly damage protected streams, wildlife habitat, existing farm operations, and the quality of life in Riegelsville Borough.

 

The Riegelsville Borough Council calls for a moratorium on any and all planning for the PennEast Pipeline and requests that any such project, if approved, be removed from the pristine reaches of Luzerne, Carbon, Northampton and Bucks Counties in Pennsylvania and Hunterdon and Mercer Counties in New Jersey

 

The Riegelsville Borough Council seeks the cooperation of other similarly located and affected municipalities, asking that all nearby affected municipalities adopt a similar resolution.

 

The Riegelsville Borough Council adopts, and calls upon similarly situated municipalities to adopt a resolution authorizing each municipality to join together to enter their appearance in any proceeding before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) the Delaware River Basin Commission, the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, and any other regulatory authority, so that by the strength of numbers they may successfully oppose the PennEast Pipeline project and have the ability to cause the relocation or termination of the project so as to prevent environmental degradation and to project the environment envisioned by the State of Pennsylvania and spelled out in the State Constitution.  R. Scott motioned to approve, E. Bartosiewicz seconded. Unanimous.

 

Mike Reilly, Durham resident stated that while he was working his wife called and said that a representative from PennEast Pipeline Co was trespassing on their property. Mike stated that they never received a letter in reference to them using their property.  T. Stinnett stated they should have received a certified letter. T. Stinnett asked S. Masteller to give Mike the contact information of the surveyors and other PennEast representatives     

 

NEW BUSINESS:  None to report.

 

APPROVAL OF BILLS:   E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve bills.  K. Weiss seconded.  Unanimous.

 

Meeting adjourned 8:13 PM.

 

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Proposed 2015 Budget

BOROUGH OF RIEGELSVILLE
GENERAL FUND
Draft 2015 Budget
 
REVENUE
301.100 Real Estate Taxes – Current Year    108,000.00
301.200 Real Estate Taxes – Prior Years        1,900.00
310.000 Per Capita Tax        6,000.00
310.100 Real Estate Transfer Taxes        7,500.00
310.200 Earned Income Tax      87,000.00
310.300 Local Services Tax        4,500.00
320.000 Cable Television Franchise      11,500.00
331.110 State Vehicle Code Violations           550.00
331.120 Local Code Violations           100.00
341.000 Interest Earnings             10.00
342.200 Rent of Building        8,400.00
342.400 Equipment/Clerical Refund-Water Co.      20,000.00
355.010 Public Utility Realty Tax           285.00
355.080 Alcoholic Beverage Licenses           600.00
361.300 Zoning/Subdivision/Land Development Plan Fees           300.00
361.340 Zoning Hearing Board Fees           600.00
361.530 Sale of Subdivision and Land Development Book             25.00
361.540 Sale of Zoning Ordinance Book             25.00
362.410 Building Permits        4,000.00
362.420 Electrical Permits           220.00
362.430 Plumbing Permits             40.00
362.440 Mechanical Permits             40.00
380.000 Miscellaneous Revenues             50.00
380.012 Expense Reimbursement – Tax Collector             85.00
395.100 Telephone Reimbursement – Water Co.           750.00
395.200 Electric/Garbage Reimbursement           845.00
TOTAL    273,325.00
 
Total General Fund Expenses
General Government    136,065.00
Properties      40,450.00
Police/Public Safety      18,800.00
Community Development      20,430.00
Streets      57,580.00
TOTAL    273,325.00
EXPENDITURES
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
400.100 Postage – Office           375.00
400.200 Office Supplies           600.00
400.300 Newsletter – Printing           310.00
400.310 Newsletter – Postage           225.00
400.320 Telephone Services        4,650.00
400.340 Advertising, Printing and Binding        1,800.00
400.350 Insurance and Bonding      28,000.00
400.420 Dues, Subscriptions, Conferences           650.00
400.430 FICA & Medicare Employer Contribution        6,761.00
400.440 PA UC Solvency Expense           260.00
400.500 Miscellaneous Expenses           140.00
400.700 Computer Equipment/Support Fee           350.00
 
401.120 Secretary Wages      28,305.00
401.130 Treasurer Wages      16,798.00
401.140 General Fund Wages      33,283.00
402.310 Auditor        5,138.00
403.110 Tax Collector Salary        2,157.00
403.200 Tax Collector Office Supplies             78.00
403.300 Earned Income Tax Office Services           185.00
404.310 Solicitor        3,000.00
408.310 Engineer        3,000.00
TOTAL    136,065.00
PROPERTIES
409.250 Cleaning & Maintenance Supplies           250.00
409.350 Maintenance Services        4,000.00
409.360 Electric – Borough Hall        1,800.00
409.370 Heating Fuel      13,500.00
409.380 Electric/Water Apartment        1,200.00
409.390 Property Maintenance        6,000.00
409.430 Real Estate Taxes        1,600.00
409.440 Lawn Care        2,100.00
409.460 Building Repairs      10,000.00
TOTAL      40,450.00
POLICE/PUBLIC SAFETY
411.500 Fire Company Contribution        8,650.00
412.500 Emergency Medical Service Contribution        8,650.00
415.000 Emergency Management Expenses           500.00
415.010 Emergency Management Reserve        1,000.00
TOTAL      18,800.00
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
414.120 Zoning Officer/Building Inspector Wages        9,000.00
414.200 Zoning Hearing Board Expenses        1,200.00
414.500 Uniform Construction Code Fee           200.00
427.500 Household Hazardous Waste Program           130.00
451.500 Recreation Board Contribution        5,400.00
451.501 Community Expenses           500.00
451.600 Enhancement Committee Expenses           500.00
453.500 American Legion – Parade Contribution           200.00
453.550 Library – Parade Contribution           300.00
456.500 Library Contribution        3,000.00
TOTAL      20,430.00
STREETS
430.240 Gasoline & Oil        3,000.00
430.310 Alley Maintenance        1,500.00
430.360 Electric – Garage/Maintenance Lot           400.00
430.370 Vehicle & Equipment Maintenance        3,000.00
431.100 Cleaning Streets/Gutters        1,500.00
432.100 Winter Maintenance        7,000.00
433.500 Street Signs/Markings        2,000.00
438.500 Road Maintenance        2,500.00
438.550 Crack Sealing        2,400.00
439.750 Road Project      15,800.00
439.751 2013 Road Project Loan      18,480.00
TOTAL      57,580.00
BOROUGH OF RIEGELSVILLE
WATER FUND
Draft 2015 Budget
REVENUE
341.000 Interest Earnings             10.00
378.100 Metered Sales to General Customers    133,000.00
378.300 Penalty/Interest Charges        2,500.00
378.900 Other Water Revenues           500.00
TOTAL    136,010.00
EXPENDITURES
448.200 Postage           850.00
448.210 Office Supplies           500.00
448.231 Gasoline & Oil        3,000.00
448.260 Parts & Equipment        2,000.00
448.280 Meter Purchase        2,500.00
448.300 Water Analysis Charges        2,800.00
448.310 Auditor        1,712.00
448.320 Solicitor           250.00
448.330 Engineer        1,500.00
448.340 Adv., Printing & Binding           150.00
448.350 Insurance Reimbursement        1,330.00
448.360 Electric – Pump Houses      12,000.00
448.370 Repair & Maintenance Services      10,000.00
448.372 Lawn Care        1,500.00
448.380 Telephone Services           500.00
448.410 Building Maintenance        8,000.00
448.420 Dues, Subscrip., Conferences           200.00
448.430 Valve Evaluation & Repair      15,000.00
448.460 Curbstop Location & Repair        2,000.00
448.480 Waterworks Operator/Contracted      27,000.00
448.490 Computer Software/Support Fee           350.00
448.500 Miscellaneous Expenses             50.00
448.710 Vehicle & Equip. Maintenance        3,000.00
448.800 Water Reserve Fund      11,975.00
449.000 Water Fund Wages        7,843.00
481.300 Equipment/Clerical Reimbursement      20,000.00
TOTAL    136,010.00
BOROUGH OF RIEGELSVILLE
HIGHWAY AID FUND
Draft 2015 Budget
REVENUE
341.000 Interest Earnings         3.00
355.050 Motor Vehicle Fuel Taxes     25,500.00
TOTAL     25,503.00
EXPENDITURES
433.100 Traffic Signal – Electric        1,000.00
433.300 Traffic Signal Maintenance        8,913.00
434.100 Street Lighting      15,000.00
438.530 Durham Twp. Road Maintenance Agreement           590.00
TOTAL      25,503.00

 

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