Special Council meeting December 27, 2018 5pm

NOTICE

The year 2019 proposed budget for Riegelsville Borough is available on the website:  www.riegelsville.org   plus public inspection 8:00 am – 2:00 pm weekdays in Borough Hall, 615 Easton Rd., Riegelsville, PA.  The following ordinance #240 will be ratified and reaffirmed during the Special Borough Council meeting to be held on Thursday, December 27, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. at the Borough Hall, Riegelsville, Pennsylvania:

ORDINANCE NO. 240

 AN ORDINANCE OF RIEGELSVILLE BOROUGH, BUCKS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA ENACTING AND LEVYING CERTAIN TAX RATE ON ALL REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE BOROUGH

 Under and pursuant to 8 Pa. C.S.A. § 1302, the Council of the Borough of Riegelsville hereby ENACTS and ORDAINS a tax and the same is hereby levied on all real property within the said Borough subject to taxation for the fiscal year 2019 as follows:

 

Tax rate for general purposes, the sum of………….12.50 mils

on each dollar of assessed valuation, or sum of…….$.1250

on each one hundred dollars of assessed valuation

 

For fire protection purchases, including fire apparatus

The sum of…………………………………………. 1 mil

on each dollar of assessed valuation, or sum of……$.1

on each one hundred dollars of assessed valuation

 

For Ambulance & Rescue Squad purposes, the sum of..  .5 mil

on each dollar of assessed valuation, or sum of………. $.05

on each one hundred dollars of assessed valuation.

 

The same being summarized in tabular form as follows:

Mils on each                         Cents on Each

Dollars of                              One Hundred

Assessed                                Dollars of

Valuation                              Valuation

Tax Rate General Purposes………………..                   12.50mil                                              .1250 cents

Tax Rate for Fire Protection, including apparatus          1. mil                                    .1 cents

Tax Rate for Ambulance & Rescue Squad………           .5 mil                                  .05 cents

 

TOTAL:                 14.00 mils                          1.400 cents

MEETINGS NOTICE

The Borough Council will have a Special Council meeting for approving the 2019 Budget and Tax levy Ordinance #240 on December 27, 2018 at 7:00 pm.  The Borough Council will meet monthly on the 2nd Wednesday at 7:00 pm. The committees of Council will meet monthly as follows:  Streets/Properties at 7:00 pm and Finance immediately following on the 1st Wednesday except no meetings January; Community Affairs at 7:00 pm and Utilities immediately following on the 3rd Wednesday except No meetings December.  The Riegelsville Planning Commission will meet monthly on the 1st Monday at 7:00 pm with the following exceptions: No January or September meeting. The Riegelsville Enhancement Committee will meet monthly on the 4th Wednesday at 7:00 pm. Recreation Board will meet last Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm. Annual Wellhead protection meeting May 13, 2019 at 10am. All meetings will be held in the Municipal Bldg., 615 Easton Rd., Riegelsville, PA.

 

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November 2018 Council Minutes

President Thomas E. Stinnett called the regular meeting of the Riegelsville Borough Council to order at 7:06p.m. November 14, 2018.  Following the Pledge of Allegiance, roll call was taken.  PRESENT: Thomas Stinnett, Kate Brandes, Ed Bartosiewicz, Ann P. Moyer, Rodney Scott and Mayor Stokes Brandes motioned to approve the minutes from October 10, 2018. E. Bartosiewicz Seconded.   Unanimous.

CORRESPONDENCE:  

Letter dated November 1, 2018 Thank you note from Riegelsville Public Library, for the Halloween Parade volunteer Judges Kate Brandes & Ann Moyer.

Upper Bucks Regional Emergency Medical Services, Inc. (UBREMS) financial statements for year ending December 31, 2017.

REPORTS:

President – Nothing to report

Mayor Mayor Stokes reported to Council that he performed 2 weddings.

COMMENTS OF CITIZENS:  No one present.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:
Community Affairs

Ann P Moyer called the meeting to order at 7:00 pm on October 17, 2018 at the Riegelsville Borough Hall.

Members Present:  Ann P Moyer, Ed Bartosiewicz, Kate Brandes, Rodney Scott and Tom Stinnett.

Others Present:   Jim Kopchak-Borough Zoning Officer and Sherry Masteller-Borough Secretary.

Concerns from citizens:   No one present.

Discussions:

Zoning: Jim Kopchak, Borough Zoning Officer reported to Council September 2018 report:

  • 3 Building permits: Basement slab and wall, Deck and Commercial Roof.
  • 2 Zoning permit: Driveway and apron, Deck and Residential Re-roof.
  • 2015 ICC Code books are ordered.
  • Expired Permits

If a permit is issued and no work has been done in 180 days, per Pa ACT 45 the permit is expired.  I have started sending out notification letters. (Ongoing process)

Library News: Borough office received the September 2018 Directors report, the minutes have been filed in the Borough office.  They did not have a quorum for the September Board meeting.

  • Brew fest was held on September 22, 2018 at the Riegelsville Fire House. Great fundraiser and everyone had a good time!
  • Terri and Becky will have training here in Riegelsville on October 12, to learn about our new book purchasing system.
  • Story Time on Tuesday mornings only has thus far been popular. We have seen several new families participate in Story Time. Due to STEAM initiatives by the State Library, we will be having “Science Story Time” on a more frequent basis, with an emphasis on science concepts and experiments.
  •  “Programming with Sphero” was held on Saturday, September 29. This program was created in response to the Summer Quest Sphero program, which was so well-received that the participants asked that we bring Sphero back in the fall. Though attendance to this program was small, there we participants new to the library and everyone wanted to come back for another Sphero program (likely held after the Holidays).

Proposed Walking Trail: Nothing to report.

Fire Co. News:

  • September Breakfast served 250. Next breakfast is October 21.
  • October 9, went to the Riegelsville Library for Fire Prevention.
  • October 6 was Ham Dinner.

Riegelsville Enhancement Committee News:

  • Boscov’s fundraiser sold 39- $5.00 coupons, Total $195.00.

UBREMS News: Nothing new to report.

Rec Board News: Rodney reported to Council,

Fall Roll out car show planning is in full swing for our November 4 show.

Riegelsville Emergency Management: Nothing to report.

Riegelsville Planning Commission: No October meeting but will meet November 5.

Utilities

 Rodney Scott called the Utilities meeting to order at 7:31pm October 17, 2018 at the Riegelsville Borough Hall.

Members Present:   Rodney Scott, Ed Bartosiewicz, Kate Brandes, Ann P Moyer and Tom Stinnett.

Others Present:   Tammy Macaluso- Borough Treasurer, Sherry Masteller-Borough Secretary.

Concerns from Citizens:  No one present

Discussions:

Hydrant flushing should be completed tonight October 17.

Borough office received an email from Elizabeth Balogh- resident in reference to a neighbor concern, T. Stinnett reported that the neighbor and Elizabeth worked it all out.

Council received the invite from BC Borough Association dinner meeting is set for November 15, 2018.

Council worked on the 2019 budget.

Streets & Properties

Ed Bartosiewicz called the meeting to order at 7:02 pm on November 7, 2018.

Members Present:

Ed Bartosiewicz, Kate Brandes, Ann P. Moyer, Rodney Scott and Tom Stinnett

Others Present:

Mayor Stokes and Sherry Masteller-Borough Secretary.

Comments from Citizens:   One Borough resident present-No comments at this time.

Discussions:

Bonnie Callahan, Borough resident emailed the Borough office to ask who was responsible for the pedestrian bridge, the boards closest to the Riegelsville Inn have moss on them and are very slippery. I emailed Bonnie and told her that the Borough owns the bridge and we will take care of it.  Council discussed this and suggested Matt power wash it now and then look into either grip strips or paint.

Ed had a suggestion from a borough resident to change the fluorescent tubes in the Borough meeting room to LED bulbs.  S. Masteller said M. Brady just changed all the bulbs to matching fluorescent tubes. Tom said the ends may need to change but not the ballast.

Ed reported to Council that he has not seen the water flowing at the Delaware River Bridge from the hose on the wall. S. Masteller will have Matt or Sonny check on this and report back.

Finance:

Kate Brandes called the meeting to order on November 7, 2018 at 7:16 pm at the Riegelsville Borough Hall.

Members Present:

Kate Brandes, Ed Bartosiewicz, Ann P. Moyer, Tom Stinnett and Rodney Scott.

Others Present: 

Mayor Stokes and Sherry Masteller-Borough Secretary.

Comment from Citizens:   No Comments at this time.

Discussions:

            If there are not any changes that Council would like to do on the Draft 2019 Budget it will be added to the Council agenda on November 14 for advertising approval.

  1. Masteller-Right to know officer received a request from Charles Miller in reference to the Ash Lane Lot. Documents will be gathered and given to him.

Borough truck auction closed today November 7 at $5100.00, and will be voted on during Council November 14.

  1. Masteller was asked why we don’t put a draft Council agenda on the Borough website or emailed before the meeting night to help the residents to know what is going to be discussed. Council thought that was a good idea. S. Masteller will get it prepared by Monday or Tuesday before Council night.

Kate discussed the Keystone Grant that is a 50% match for a new roof and possible new windows on the Borough Building. Todd, Borough engineer will need to do sealed drawings and get quotes from roofing contractors.

Council looked over the finances.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

            Approval to advertise the Draft 2019 Budget. E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve. A. Moyer seconded.  Unanimous.

Approval to advertise Ordinance #240  AN ORDINANCE OF RIEGELSVILLE BOROUGH, BUCKS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA ENACTING AND LEVYING CERTAIN TAX RATE ON ALL REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE BOROUGH.  E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve. A. Moyer seconded.  Unanimous.

            Approval to the highest bidder of the Borough Truck $5100.00.  E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve. A. Moyer seconded.  Unanimous

 

NEW BUSINESS:  

Chevy dump- water pump is leaking at the block, the repair is approximately $1100.00, and the truck is at Riegelsville Auto now.

The utility body is rusting badly, now the other side too, Troy suggested we look for a used body to replace this one.

 

APPROVAL OF BILLS:  E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve bills.  Kate Brandes seconded. Unanimous.

 

Next regular Council Meeting December 12, 2018   7:00pm.

 

Meeting adjourned 7:38 PM.

 

 

 

Sherry Masteller

Borough Secretary

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October 2018 Council Minutes

President Thomas E. Stinnett called the regular meeting of the Riegelsville Borough Council to order at 7:00p.m. October 10, 2018.  Following the Pledge of Allegiance, roll call was taken.  PRESENT: Thomas Stinnett, Kate Brandes, Ed Bartosiewicz, Ann P. Moyer, Rodney Scott and Mayor Stokes Moyer motioned to approve the minutes from September 12, 2018. K. Brandes Seconded.   Unanimous.

CORRESPONDENCE:  

Letter dated September 25, 2018 Springfield Township, Request for Fire Police during the Springtown Halloween Parade October 28, 2018.  E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve. R. Scott seconded.  Unanimous.

REPORTS:

President – T. Stinnett reported to Council, the “Trail and Town Event” Sponsored by D&L National Heritage Corridor & Riegelsville Enhancement Committee. 25 vouchers where used at Local restaurants. There will be 2 more events.

Mayor Mayor Stokes reported to Council that he performed 4 weddings.  Mayor Stokes was asked by a resident how to handle a dog bite. The dog was located in the north end of the Borough.  Mayor Stokes was a guest speaker at the” Daughters of American Revolution”, topic was Ghost Stories.

COMMENTS OF CITIZENS:  No one present.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Community Affairs

Ann P Moyer called the meeting to order at 7:00 pm on September 19, 2018 at the Riegelsville Borough Hall.

Members Present:  Ann P Moyer, Ed Bartosiewicz, Rodney Scott and Tom Stinnett.

Others Present:   Jim Kopchak-Borough Zoning Officer and Sherry Masteller-Borough Secretary.

Concerns from citizens:   No one present.

Discussions:

Zoning: Jim Kopchak, Borough Zoning Officer reported to Council September 2018 report:

  • 4 Building permits: Fence (FEMA), 100 Amp Service, Driveway with curbs and Single family dwelling.
  • 2 Zoning permit: Shed and Fence.
  • 2015 ICC Codes to be adopted effective 1 October 2018, Request authorization to purchase for Riegelsville, Cost not to exceed $600 and code books will remain at the borough office and be property of the borough.  Council discussed and reported that the Borough purchased them last time. S. Masteller will add to the October 10, 2018 Council agenda.

Library News: Borough office received the August 2018 Directors report, the minutes have been filed in the Borough office.  They did not have a quorum for the September Board meeting.

  • Planning is ongoing for the Brew fest being held on September 22, 2018 at the Riegelsville Fire House.
  • The plaque for Emma Brotzman’s Memorial has been attached to the book drop box.
  • Story Time resumed September 4th.
  • Paperwork has been submitted to renew the museum pass with the Museum of the American Revolution. These are provided by the museum at no cost to the Library.

Proposed Walking Trail: Still in the process of clearing the PNDI (Pennsylvania Natural Diversity Inventory) relating to Bog Turtles.

Fire Co. News:

  • Next Breakfast is September 16, Breakfast served 230.
  • September 22 the Library has their Brew Fest Fundraiser at the Fire House.
  • October is Fire prevention month they have 2 events.
  • October 6, Ham Dinner.

UBREMS News: Nothing new to report.

Rec Board News: Rodney reported to Council,

  • Fall Roll out car show planning is under way.

Riegelsville Emergency Management:

  • Frank Preedy, EMA Coordinator attended the Pipeline Emergency pre-planning meeting for Emergency personnel.
  • County Quarterly meeting is set for October 4, 2018.

Riegelsville Planning Commission: No October meeting.

Utilities

 Rodney Scott called the Utilities meeting to order at 7:45 pm at the Riegelsville Borough Hall.

Members Present:   Rodney Scott, Ed Bartosiewicz, Ann P Moyer and Tom Stinnett.

Others Present:   Jim Kopchak-Borough Zoning Officer and Sherry Masteller-Borough Secretary.

Concerns from Citizens:  No one present

Discussions:

Council looked over the quote for the Neptune E-Coder meters.

Council looked over the roof quote for Well 1 & 2. They had a question about the payment breakdown. S. Masteller will contact the contractor.

 

Michele White requested an address for her lot on Ash Lane, Council looked over the ordinance & the new physical address is 216 Ash Lane.

Todd Myers, Borough Engineer gave Council members a memorandum in reference to the Durham Road Small Parking Lot reconstruction. Discussion will continue, the lot may be blocked off until the repair is complete.

Streets & Properties

Ed Bartosiewicz called the meeting to order at 7:00 pm on October 3, 2018.

Members Present:

Ed Bartosiewicz, Kate Brandes, Ann P. Moyer and Rodney Scott.

Others Present:

Mayor Stokes and Sherry Masteller-Borough Secretary.

Comments from Citizens:   One Borough resident present-No comments at this time.

Discussions:

Borough hydrant flushing starts Monday October 15-19th 9pm-midnight.

The small Borough parking lot was closed Monday October 1, 2018 at 6:30 am and will be closed until the repairs are completed.

“DOGS -The Spirit of Riegelsville” event is scheduled for Saturday October 20, 2018. 11:30 am-2pm at the Large Borough parking lot on Durham Road.

Riegelsville Halloween Parade is set for Saturday October 27, 2018 sponsored by Riegelsville Library & Riegelsville Recreation Board.

  1. Brady is hoping the weather will hold out so they can get some line painting done.

Ed discussed the clogged french drain in the alley that runs behind the Post office, Todd, Borough Engineer needs to look at it to see what can done to change the drain so it works correctly.

The 2 playgrounds at the Borough Park will be mulched this week.

Finance

Kate Brandes called the meeting to order on October 3, 2018 at 7:16 pm at the Riegelsville Borough Hall.

Members Present:

Kate Brandes, Ed Bartosiewicz, Ann P. Moyer and Rodney Scott.

Others Present: 

Mayor Stokes and Sherry Masteller-Borough Secretary.

Comment from Citizens:   No Comments at this time.

Discussions:

            The new Stratix Systems copier order & payment will be ready during October 10, Council meeting. $2299.00.

The notice to advertise and the resolution to sell the old dump truck on Municibid will be added to Council on October 10.

JVS Environmental – sent Council a proposal to perform electronics waste, appliance collection and recycling services, will be added to Council agenda.

Council looked over the finances.

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

            Approval of quote/check Arbor Fence Co. for furnishing and replacing chain link fence at Well 1 & 2 $1657.00, job finished 10/9/18. R. Scott motioned to approve. A. Moyer seconded.  Unanimous.

Approval of quote $2064.00.00 Stratix Systems, for new copier, Ricoh MP 402SPF with WIFI ability. RESCIND: September 12, Council minutes.  Approval of quote $2299.00 Stratix Systems, for new copier, Ricoh MP 301SPF with WIFI ability. Did not have WiFi ability. E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve. K. Brandes seconded.  Unanimous

            Approval of quote $2380.00 DVC roofing LLC, re-roofing on both Well 1 & 2. 1/3 down $793.00. E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve. A. Moyer seconded.  Unanimous

            Approval of proposal from JVS Environmental –to perform electronics waste, appliance collection and recycling services this fall. E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve. K. Brandes seconded.  Unanimous

 

NEW BUSINESS:  

Approval to award Morton Salt the 2018-2019 salt bid $47.92 delivered price per ton. Minimum 20 tons.  Reduced by $.90 over last year.  R. Scott motioned to approve. A. Moyer seconded.  Unanimous

Approval Resolution R-04-18, Authorizing the sale by online or electronic auction of one (1) 2000 Ford F350 XL Super Duty 4X4. E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve. K. Brandes seconded.  Unanimous

Approval to advertise the sale of the 2000 Ford F350 XL Super Duty 4X4. R. Scott motioned to approve. A. Moyer seconded.  Unanimous

 

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

 

Next regular Council Meeting November 14, 2018   7:00pm.

Meeting adjourned 7:51 PM.

 

 

 

Sherry Masteller

Borough Secretary

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VOTE for “River of the Year”

There is a contest for ‘River of the Year’ and the Delaware is not only a contender, it made it to the final 4.

The Delaware River is currently in second place with 23.1% of the votes. The Clarion River is in first place with a whopping 56.6% of the votes.

Check out the link and vote for your favorite PA River. http://pariveroftheyear.org/

Spread the word and VOTE, (one vote per email address).

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FREE Electronic Recycling Day!

Riegelsville Borough is hosting a

FREE*  ELECTRONICS RECYCLING DAY!!!

Tuesday December 11, 2pm-5pm

Riegelsville Community Fire Co. Parking lot

333 Delaware Road

 Items that can be recycled FREE of charge are listed below:

      Desktop & Laptop Computers       DVD Players & VCR’s
      Keyboards & Mice       Gaming Systems
      Printers/Fax Machines       Non-refrigerant appliances
      Cables & Cords       Microwaves & Small Appliances
      Cell Phone & Laptop Batteries       Metal Items & Water Heaters
      Calculators & Adding Machines       Exercise Equipment                
      UPS Battery Backups       Car Batteries (sealed lead acid)
      Televisions (All Sizes)       Bed Frames & Rain spouting
      Audio Visual Equipment       Filing Cabinets
      Telephones & Cell Phones* *Please Remove Cell Phone Batteries
   

*Additional Items that can be recycled with a Fee:

      Refrigerant appliances – $25.00 Each       Fluorescent bulbs and cfls $2.00 a bulb
      (freezers, refrigerators, air conditioners and dehumidifiers)        
   
   

Questions? Contact  Sherry at  Borough office 610-749-2726 or email: riegelsville@gmail.com

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Draft 2019 Budget

BOROUGH OF RIEGELSVILLE
GENERAL FUND
Draft 2019 Budget
REVENUE
301.100 Real Estate Taxes – Current Year    119,800.00
301.200 Real Estate Taxes – Prior Years        1,700.00
310.000 Per Capita Tax        6,500.00
310.100 Real Estate Transfer Taxes        2,500.00
310.200 Earned Income Tax      95,000.00
310.300 Local Services Tax        7,500.00
320.000 Cable Television Franchise      12,500.00
331.110 Stat Vehicle code Violations           500.00
331.120 Local Code Violations           500.00
341.000 Interest Earnings        1,500.00
342.200 Rent of Building      10,800.00
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        1,200.00
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        5,500.00
362.420 Electrical Permits           300.00
362.430 Plumbing Permits            60.00
362.440 Mechanical Permits            80.00
363.510 PennDOT Snow Agreement           125.00
380.000 Miscellaneous Revenues            50.00
380.012 Expense Reimbursement – Tax Collector           100.00
395.000 Insurance Reimbursements
     12,500.00
395.100 Telephone Reimbursement – Water Co.           750.00
395.200 Electric/Garbage Reimbursement           845.00
TOTAL   301,845.00
Total General Fund Expenses
General Government    146,963.00
Properties      36,542.00
Police/Public Safety      26,610.00
Community Development      30,280.00
Streets      61,450.00
TOTAL   301,845.00
EXPENDITURES
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
400.100 Postage – Office           500.00
400.200 Office Supplies           600.00
400.320 Telephone Services        1,550.00
400.340 Advertising, Printing and Binding        1,800.00
400.350 Insurance and Bonding      32,100.00
400.420 Dues, Subscriptions, Conferences           800.00
400.430 FICA & Medicare Employer Contribution        8,000.00
400.440 PA UC Solvency Expense           260.00
400.500 Miscellaneous Expenses           100.00
400.700 Computer Equipment/Support Fee        1,300.00
401.120 Secretary Wages      30,900.00
401.130 Treasurer Wages      18,360.00
401.140 General Fund Wages      38,700.00
402.310 Auditor        3,000.00
403.110 Tax Collector Salary        2,373.00
403.200 Tax Collector Office Supplies           100.00
403.300 Earned Income Tax Office Services            20.00
404.310 Solicitor        3,500.00
408.310 Engineer        3,000.00
TOTAL   146,963.00
PROPERTIES
409.250 Cleaning & Maintenance Supplies           350.00
409.260 Small Tools & Minor Equipment           750.00
409.350 Maintenance Services        4,000.00
409.360 Electric – Borough Hall        1,800.00
409.370 Heating Fuel      10,000.00
409.380 Electric/Water Apartment        1,000.00
409.390 Property Maintenance        5,500.00
409.430 Real Estate Taxes        1,600.00
409.440 Lawn Care        3,100.00
409.460 Building Repairs        6,000.00
409.800 Building Maintenance Reserve        2,442.00
TOTAL     36,542.00
POLICE/PUBLIC SAFETY
411.500 Fire Company Contribution      13,055.00
412.500 Emergency Medical Service Contribution      13,055.00
415.000 Emergency Management Expenses           500.00
TOTAL     26,610.00
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
414.120 Zoning Officer/Building Inspector Wages      17,500.00
414.200 Zoning Hearing Board Expenses        1,200.00
414.500 Uniform Construction Code Fee           150.00
427.500 Household Hazardous Waste Program           130.00
451.500 Recreation Board Contribution        5,400.00
451.501 Community Expenses           700.00
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        4,200.00
TOTAL     30,280.00
STREETS
430.240 Gasoline & Oil        2,400.00
430.310 Alley Maintenance        2,200.00
430.360 Electric – Garage/Maintenance Lot        1,050.00
430.370 Vehicle & Equipment Maintenance        4,000.00
431.100 Cleaning Streets/Gutters        1,500.00
432.100 Winter Maintenance      10,500.00
433.500 Street Signs/Markings        2,500.00
438.500 Road Maintenance        2,500.00
438.550 Crack Sealing        4,800.00
439.750 Road Project      30,000.00
TOTAL     61,450.00
BOROUGH OF RIEGELSVILLE
WATER FUND
Draft 2019 Budget
REVENUE
341.000 Interest Earnings        1,800.00
378.100 Metered Sales to General Customers    145,000.00
378.300 Penalty/Interest Charges        1,700.00
378.900 Other Water Revenues           500.00
TOTAL   149,000.00
EXPENDITURES
448.200 Postage           975.00
448.210 Office Supplies           400.00
448.231 Gasoline & Oil        3,500.00
448.260 Inventory, Parts & Equipment        3,000.00
448.270 Small Tools           750.00
448.280 Meter Purchase        2,500.00
448.300 Water Analysis Charges        2,000.00
448.310 Auditor        1,000.00
448.320 Solicitor           250.00
448.330 Engineer        2,000.00
448.340 Adv., Printing & Binding            50.00
448.350 Insurance Reimbursement        1,115.00
448.360 Electric – Pump Houses      12,000.00
448.370 Repair & Maintenance Services      20,000.00
448.372 Lawn Care        1,800.00
448.380 Telephone Services        2,300.00
448.410 Building Maintenance           500.00
448.420 Dues, Subscrip., Conferences           575.00
448.430 Valve Evaluation & Repair      25,000.00
448.460 Curbstop Location & Repair        2,000.00
448.480 Waterworks Operator/Contracted      26,500.00
448.490 Computer Software/Support Fee        1,200.00
448.500 Miscellaneous Expenses            50.00
448.710 Vehicle & Equip. Maintenance        6,000.00
448.800 Water Reserve Fund        4,935.00
449.000 Water Fund Wages        8,600.00
481.300 Equipment/Clerical Reimbursement      20,000.00
TOTAL   149,000.00
BOROUGH OF RIEGELSVILLE
HIGHWAY AID FUND
Draft 2019 Budget
REVENUE
341.000 Interest Earnings           250.00
355.050 Motor Vehicle Fuel Taxes      34,000.00
TOTAL     34,250.00
EXPENDITURES
430.000 General Services – Administration        6,800.00
433.100 Traffic Signal – Electric           750.00
433.300 Traffic Signal Maintenance        5,925.00
434.100 Street Lighting      20,000.00
438.530 Durham Twp. Road Maintenance Agreement           775.00
TOTAL     34,250.00
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FALL ROLLOUT CAR SHOW IS ON!!!!!

SEE EVERYONE AT THE RIEGELSVILLE PARK FOR THE CAR SHOW!

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