August 2017 Council Minutes

President Thomas E. Stinnett called the regular meeting of the Riegelsville Borough Council to order at 7:02 p.m. Following the Pledge of Allegiance, roll call was taken.  PRESENT: Thomas Stinnett, Ed Bartosiewicz, Rodney Scott, Audrey Kenny, William Dudeck-Borough Solicitor and Mayor Stokes.  ABSENT: Ann P Moyer. E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve the minutes from July 12, 2017. R. Scott seconded.  Unanimous. 

CORRESPONDENCE:  

Letter dated July 19, 2017 was read from Ellen Clemens, Robert Rainey, Diane Gonzalez and Ken Price- “Request for Notification from Concerned Neighbors”, Ref: Building permit application submitted July 15, 2017 by James G. Sweeney, 303 Poplar Road.

Letter dated August 4, 2017 was read from William T. Dudeck, Borough Solicitor Ref: appeal of Michele White

Letter dated August 4, 2017 was read from Todd Myers, Borough Engineer Ref: Bowman’s North Fence Construction.

Letter dated August 4, 2017 was read from Todd Myers, Borough Engineer Ref: 945 Edgewood Road, Flood Vents.

REPORTS:

President – T. Stinnett reported to Council that during the BC TCC meeting they are working on the Draft ordinance for Act 172 Volunteer Firefighter and EMS Tax Credit information.  The next meeting is August 29, 4pm at Warwick Township, Tom is unable to attend so Audrey will attend.

Mayor Mayor Stokes reported that he had performed a wedding in his office in the last month.  Mayor Stokes also reported to Council that he received concerns in reference to the response time of the Upper Bucks EMS during the July 22, 2017 Single Vehicle accident at the Borough Traffic light.

COMMENTS OF CITIZENS:  None to report.

 COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Community Affairs

Discussions:

Zoning: Jim Kopchak, Borough Zoning Officer reported to Council:

  • Cook addition
  • Purcell storage unit
  • Library stair lift
  • Lowry’s re-roofing
  • Mr. Sweeny was there to answer any questions and to ask the board questions about his property lines.  After a brief discussion, the matter was adjourned in favor of a later zoning hearing board meeting.  He discussed his planned garage project and brought his engineer’s drawings. There was a lengthy discussion about street line vs. property line/side yard as well as the impact of the elimination of the cul-de-sac. Mr. Klimpl has been engaged by the Borough and we are waiting for him to respond.
  • Discussion on the temporary pools that are around town and whether council should pass an ordinance exempting them from the zoning rules. Discussion on policing these pools and how to best handle it. Tom mentioned we would need to amend the existing ordinance rather than crafting a new ordinance. Also, we would like to ask Sherry to reach out to her colleagues in other boroughs to find out what they are doing to address the temporary pools.
  • Jim mentioned SB663 which discusses handicapped accessibility. Concerns over the wording of the legislation. We need a call with Sen. Mensch to discuss the matter and ask him to oppose the legislation as it’s currently written.

Library News: Borough office received the July 2017 Directors report, the minutes have been filed in the Borough office.

  • Looking for a carpet ahead of the chair lift.
  • Solar eclipse program report.
  • The summer reading program has been well received with great positive feedback.
  • Fundraiser for the Brew Fest at Mueller’s is in the planning stage. It will be 9/23 and tickets will be at the door.

Fire Co. News:

  • The FD had NARCAN training for the member on 7/18/2017.

     Riegelsville Enhancement Committee News:

  • Working on the 2018 calendar and are looking for pictures. Please remit to the REC.

      UBREMS News:

  • Municipalities served by the UBREMS squad were invited to a meeting on 7/24/2017 to discuss funding. Tom and Ed were attending.

      Rec Board News:

  • Animals are leaving messes in the ballpark despite the availability of waste bags. We may need to monitor this more closely and post “No Dog” signs at the park. Policing may be a concern.

Riegelsville Emergency Management:

  • Frank reported that he had a meeting on 7/2 and provided the council will notes from the meeting outlining the duties and responsibilities of the various members on the team.

Riegelsville Planning Commission:  No meeting until August.

 Utilities

Discussions:

Matt Brady knows a potential Water Operator M. Sullivan.

Dick Meade has been getting calls from Aqua NJ in reference to low chlorine on their side. Sonny is taking readings on both ends of the bridge for a month to see what is going on.  Tammy talked to DEP and we only need to make sure the water has a specific amount of chlorine in it at the entry point then Aqua NJ is responsible for the amount to their properties on their end.  DEP suggested that Aqua NJ may need to put in a chlorine booster on their end.  We are using a ton of Chlorine and residents are complaining about the high chlorine.  We are lower than the maximum amount but still higher than usual.   The pipe runs across the Riegelsville Bridge to NJ and is insulated, there is no breaks or connections in the line- it is a straight run.

Streets & Properties

Discussions:

Masteller read the letter dated 7/19/17 from Ellen Clemens, Robert Rainey, Diane Gonzalez and Ken Price, in reference to the 303 Poplar Road- James G. Sweeney, Building Permit Application for garage. They request prompt notification from Riegelsville Borough of any changes/additions/corrections/activities/status related to the plan proposed by Mr. Sweeney. T. Stinnett stated that there is a discrepancy in the placement of the garage.  Robert Rainey stated that on Mr. Sweeney’s plans for the garage it shows the berm being partially removed and Mr. Rainey is concerned with the possible run off into his property.

503 Easton trimmed the Bamboo and Matt Brady, Ordinance Enforcement Officer took a picture, now Matt needs to meet with Peter Ryan, Property owner to go over the ordinance to make sure he is in compliance.  Remarks: Matt has an inspection appointment with Peter Ryan tomorrow August 10, at 11:15am.

Probably by the end of the year Matt Brady does not want to continue to be the OEO for the Borough.

Masteller will gather more information as in the job description.

The Borough Boiler was serviced and needs to have a new fuel line put it, the quote is around $500.00-$600.00.  Council unanimously agreed it needs to be taken care of before fall so S. Masteller will add it to the Council agenda.

Todd Myers, Borough Engineer emailed additional locations for the walking trail parking areas due to wet lands.

Penn Dot has fixed some pot holes on 611.

Finance

Discussions:

Proposal for Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) to inspect the Concrete Cistern’s at the Water Co. $3,200.00.   Council requested to add to the Council agenda.

The Borough’s Chevy dump needs 6 tires replaced, Estimate is $1100.00 from Riegelsville Auto.

Council looked over the draft Resolution #R-04-17 “Opposing Senate Bill No. 663 and House Bill No. 1469 (Amendments to the Pennsylvania Uniform Construction Code).  Council requested to add to the Council agenda.

Council looked over the finances.

Tom Stinnett reported that there are a few articles in the August Borough news to read:

  • Police Force
  • Neighborhood planning and implementation grants available.
  • Boroughs should meet with Volunteer Fire Co. during the budget planning.

Borough Solicitor Report:

William Dudeck reported to Council:

  • White has filed a land use appeal from the decision of the Riegelsville Zoning Hearing Board, Ash Lane Lot. Dated June 19, 2017
  • Council received the draft ad for the Draft Ordinance amending #222 to provide for Medical “Marijuana dispensary facilities” and for “medical marijuana growing/processing facilities”.
  • Discussion with Council in reference to Mr. Sweeney’s proposed 2 car garage.

 UNFINISHED BUSINESS:  

Approval for proposal for $3200.00 to Mumford-Bjorkman Associates, Inc, “ROV evaluation of Cistern”.  R. Scott motioned to approve estimate and E. Bartosiewicz seconded.  Unanimous

Approval for proposal for $1100.00 to Riegelsville Auto for 6 tires for Borough’s Chevy Truck. R. Scott motioned to approve estimate and E. Bartosiewicz seconded.  Unanimous

Approval for proposal for $500.-$600. To Kenderdine’s for Borough Boiler repairs.  A. Kenny motioned to approve estimate and E. Bartosiewicz seconded.  Unanimous

            Approval of Resolution: R-04-17 “Opposing Senate Bill No. 663 and House Bill No. 1469 (Amendments to the Pennsylvania Uniform Construction Code). R. Scott motioned to approve estimate and E. Bartosiewicz seconded.  Unanimous

Discuss the Stihl Kombi System again.  E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve estimate and A. Kenny seconded.  Unanimous

NEW BUSINESS:   

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

Next Council Meeting September 13, 2017 at 7pm.

Meeting adjourned 8:50 PM.

 

 

 

 

 

Sherry Masteller

Borough Secretary

 

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July 2017 Council Minutes

President Thomas E. Stinnett called the regular meeting of the Riegelsville Borough Council to order at 7:01 p.m. Following the Pledge of Allegiance, roll call was taken.  PRESENT: Thomas Stinnett, Ed Bartosiewicz, Rodney Scott. ABSENT: Audrey Kenny, Ann P Moyer and Mayor Stokes attended PA State Police meet and greet new Sergeant Kevin Smith.  R. Scott motioned to approve the minutes from June 14, 2017. E. Bartosiewicz seconded.  Unanimous. 

CORRESPONDENCE:  

            Booklet dated May 2017- DVRPC”Municipal Statistics for Southeastern Pennsylvania” was received.

Letter dated June 16, 2017 was read from Upper Bucks Regional Emergency Medical Services, Inc.

Letter dated June 20, 2017 was read from Eastern Upper Bucks Senior Center, thank you letter.

Letter dated June 23, 2017 was read from Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.

Letter dated July 7, 2017 was read from Borough Resident, Ellen M. Clemens.

 

REPORTS:

President – T. Stinnett reported to Council that Audrey Kenny, Ann Moyer and Mayor Stokes are meeting the new State Police Sergeant Kevin Smith that is why are absent from Council this evening.

Mayor Absent due to attending the Sergeant Smith meet & greet.

 

COMMENTS OF CITIZENS:  One Borough resident and Brian Greene, Trail Manager with Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor. Discussion will be during the New Business.

 
COMMITTEE REPORTS:
Community Affairs:

Discussions:

Zoning: Jim Kopchak, Borough Zoning Officer reported to Council that

4- Building permits were issued.

  • 519 Easton Road- Interior Demolition.
  • 519 Easton Road-Pool House.
  • 305 Delaware Road- Remove Underground Storage Tank.
  • 923 Easton Road- Swimming Pool.

3- Zoning permits were issued.

  • 923 Easton Road-Swimming Pool.
  • 237 Emergency Squad Road- Patio.
  • 519 Easton Road- Pool House.

Enforcement Activities:

320 Spring Hill Road has an unsafe pool-no barrier protection- continued discussion and violation letter going out June 22, 2017

122 Maplewood Road, waiting on demo permit application.

636 Easton Road submitted revised plans on June 14, 2017.

1274 Easton Road was issued a “stop work order” for working without permits, permit applications were picked up and compliance date is July 19, 2017.

210 Fern Road, issued zoning violation notice for construction of retaining wall without permits.

Zoning Hearing Board- “Ash Lane Dunlap Lot”- prospective buyer Michele White, the variances were denied, pending possible appeal. Denial letters went out this week.

Library News: S. Masteller, Borough Secretary received the June 2017 Directors report, the minutes have been filed in the Borough office. Beth Banko, Library Board Trustee reported to Council the following:

  • Science in the summer begins June 26, summer reading starts June 22.
  • The stair chair lift from AmeriGlide project is under way.
  • Library will be presenting 5 author talks August –November.

Fire Co. News: E. Bartosiewicz reported to Council that Sunday June 18(“Father’s Day”) Fire Breakfast served 403.  Five new members joined the Fire Co. CPR class for Fire Fighters and Auxiliary was June 13 & 15.

           Riegelsville Enhancement Committee News: E. Albrecht reported to Council that they continue to work on the 2018 Calendar.

UBREMS News:  E. Bartosiewicz reported to Council that on July 24, 7:30pm they are inviting Township Supervisors, Borough Council members and Mayor Stokes to discuss their overview of their organization.

Rec Board News: Girls Softball is almost done they have a few play-off games and then the All-star game(Not at the Borough Fields).

Riegelsville Emergency Management: Nothing to Report.

Riegelsville Planning Commission:  No meeting in July. T. Stinnett would like Council to look over

the draft mailbox ordinance.  T. Stinnett suggested they look into regulations for “Air B & B’s”.

Utilities:

Discussions:

The Commercial Credit application is ready for the Borough to switch to Blue Flame/Kenderdine’s for the Borough’s Boiler service and Oil delivery for the Borough building.

The power was out on Monday June 19 at 3:40 pm so all 3 wells were down, Well 3 Generator is running to give the Borough residents water. There was 3 poles on Spring Hill/ Sunnyside that needed to be replaced due to the storm. Power was restored on Tuesday June 20, at 1:30pm. S. Masteller will Contact Met- Ed to check on their maintenance schedule for our area.

  1. Scott found a gas heating unit that may work for the borough garage.

 

Streets & Properties:

Discussions:

Ellen Clemens presented a letter requesting council to vacate an unopened alley. Group discussion regarding the request as to the status of the alley that runs behind her house.  She has maintained that as a driveway for more than 21 years. The group consensus was that it was not an alley and it is not maintained by the borough.

The group discussed sidewalk quotes from Dowd and S & M.  We will ask to have the quote from S & M on agenda for July.

Finance:

Discussions:

Group discussed Sherry’s request to sign up for a Stress Management class – we support this attendance.

Group reviewed finances – all seem ok.  If we are going to proceed with the parking lot, we need to find the money for this expense.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:  

Approval for S & M General Services LLC estimate to redo front Sidewalk at Borough Hall $3,900.00, Step replacement at Pedestrian Bridge $775.00, Water Co Replace 4 sidewalks $1,500.00. Total $6,175.00.

  1. Scott motioned to approve estimate and E. Bartosiewicz seconded. Unanimous

 

NEW BUSINESS:   

            Brian Greene, Trail Program Manager with D&L National Heritage Corridor introduced himself and introduced the new programs for 2017 which include: “Trail Tenders”-Volunteer Clean ups, Preserve Trail & history. “Trail Patrol’- Volunteer ambassadors, report problems. “Trail Towns” Promote tourism, Improve local economy.   Brian discussed that there is 53 Municipalities along the trail, and Riegelsville is one of them. If the Borough would like to join this program there would need to be 2-3 volunteers to join the steering committee.  Council will continue to look into these programs.    

 

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

Next Council Meeting August 9, 2017 at 7pm.

Meeting adjourned 8:25 PM.

Sherry Masteller

Borough Secretary

 

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June 2017 Council Minutes

President Thomas E. Stinnett called the regular meeting of the Riegelsville Borough Council to order at 7:01 p.m. Following the Pledge of Allegiance, roll call was taken.  PRESENT: Thomas Stinnett, Ed Bartosiewicz, Audrey Kenny, Ann P Moyer, Rodney Scott and Mayor Stokes. A. Moyer motioned to approve the minutes from May 10, 2017. A. Kenny seconded.  Unanimous. 

CORRESPONDENCE:  

“Bucks County Tour of Honor” Inviting all Bucks County Boroughs and Townships to assist in honoring our Veterans by contributing toward the trips. E. Bartosiewicz motioned to donate $100.00 like we did last few years and Rodney Scott seconded.  Unanimous.

REPORTS:

President – T. Stinnett reported to Council that Borough Employee Sonny Groller’s Wife Nan passed away on Tuesday morning. Services are Saturday June 17, 2017 9:30am at Snyder’s Funeral Home in Riegelsville PA.

Mayor Mayor Stokes reported to Council the following:

  • Contacted Riegelsville Inn about a Beer Truck that was making a delivery and was speeding on Delaware Road and across the Canal Bridge.
  • Met-Ed finally fixed the pole at 101 Delaware Road.
  • High Weeds on Weiss Field properties was taken care of.
  • Performed 2 weddings.
  • Contacted Georgia Pacific in NJ in reference to the Trucks trying to cross the bridges. They suggested to call the State Police and have them ticketed. The fees are very expensive due to the weight.
  • Dogs have been running off their leashes at the Borough Park and relieving themselves on the Ballfields. Volunteers including Coaches, Rec Board member and Ball players work really hard to keep our park beautiful for everyone to enjoy. It is a State Law that all dogs needs to be leashed, the Borough Park does have signs that dogs are not allowed in the Park so maybe we need to enforce those signs and ordinance.

COMMENTS OF CITIZENS:  Two Borough residents.

Kevin Firth, Borough resident discussed the disrepair of the Small Borough Parking Lot on Durham Road next to Village Florist.  T. Stinnett did explain that it has been discussed a few times and plans changed when Penn Dot was supposed to pave it when the Canal Bridge was replaced. T. Stinnett will have the Borough Engineer look into what needs to be done to repair it and make it more efficient.

Elaine Albrecht received a call at her home from Pam Lazor, Borough resident about a wire down on Fern Road. Pam tried to call the Fire Co. to put a cone up but no one answered and no machine.  Pam stated that it was a phone line, she did call the Co.  A. Kenny stated that if the 911 center was called the Fire Co would respond and have to wait for the utilities to come to secure it.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:
Community Affairs:

Discussions:

Zoning: Jim Kopchak, Borough Zoning Officer reported to Council that 3- Building permits were issued for Borderline- 320 Amp Panel, 303 Poplar Road- 2nd Floor Finish, 124 Spruce Road-Bath alterations. 919 Easton Road received a Junk Car and property maintenance violation and the Tenant has been cleaning the place up.  636 Easton Road was issued a “Stop Work order”, the property owner requested a 60 day extension of time, which was approved and the new compliance date is June 24, 2017.

Ash Lane “Dunlap Lot” Michele White, prospective buyer, is requesting multiple variances to build a 3 bedroom Cape Cod style home. The following variances are needed:

1) Relief from section 502 (b) minimum lot area of 15,000 square ft.  (Actual lot size is 6795 Sq ft)

2) Relief from section 502 (b) minimum lot width of 100 ft.  (Actual width is 68 ft.)

3) Relief from section 502 (b) maximum building coverage, 20%.  Building coverage proposed is 21.8%.

4) Relief from section 502 (b) maximum front setback 40 ft.  You are requesting that the front setback be reduced to 20 ft.

5) Relief from section 502 (b) maximum side setback 15 ft.  Proposed side setback is 7 ft.

The Zoning Hearing Board convened on May 15, 2017, the Board denied the variance requests, Michele White intends to appeal the Zoning Hearing Boards decision.

320 Spring Hill Road has an unsafe pool-no barrier protection so a courtesy Violation Notice was sent out.  Mr. Campbell called me and he agreed to put up a temporary silt fence. He intends to rehab the pool and put up a code compliant fence next year.  I told him to put it in writing and send me a letter with the timeline.

I told him he would need to sign a hold-harmless letter indemnifying the Borough from any liability. The Borough Solicitor was notified.

Library News: S. Masteller, Borough Secretary received the May 2017 Directors report, the minutes have been filed in the Borough office. Joanne Walsh, Library Board President reported to Council the following:

  • The 4th Barnes & Noble Book fair on April 7th & 8th at the Easton Store located in Easton Pa was not very

well attended, received a check for $78.82.

  • May 20 just the Book Sale, they are looking into different fundraisers to try.
  • Science in the summer begins June 26.
  • They have 3 quotes for replacing the stair chair lift from AmeriGlide for different models.

Fire Co. News: E. Bartosiewicz reported to Council that Sunday May 21 is Fire Breakfast 8- noon. June 3, is Roast Beef Dinner 4-7pm

           Riegelsville Enhancement Committee News: The next meeting is set for Wednesday May 24 at 7pm.  Boscov’s “Friends & Family” Coupon Fundraiser is October 2017.

UBREMS News:  E. Bartosiewicz reported no new news.

Rec Board News: Girls Softball & Men’s Baseball games are in full swing.  The Pavilion rentals have picked up too.

Riegelsville Emergency Management: Nothing to Report.

Riegelsville Planning Commission:  The next meeting is set for June 5, 2017 at 7pm. They are

looking for more items to work on.

Utilities:

Discussions:

Discussion of Draft Ordinance # 237

AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOROUGH OF RIEGELSVILLE, BUCKS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, AMENDING ORDINANCE 222 (ZONING ORDINANCE) PROVIDING FOR MEDICAL “MARIJUANA DISPENSARY FACILITIES” IN THE C ZONING DISTRICT, AND FOR “MEDICAL MARIJUANA GROWING /PROCESSING FACILITIES” IN THE “I ZONING DISTRICT”, AND FOR ASSOCIATED REGULATIIONS GOVERNING THESE USES.

Council will continue to discuss this and will possible vote to approve advertising at the June 14, Council meeting.

Discussions continue with the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC), in reference to their Resolution implementing Annual fees corresponds to the volume of the monthly allocations and/or daily discharge capacity.  Rodney & Sherry have been going back and forth via email and phone messages, hopefully soon a resolve will happen. Remarks: Received a call that they lower the Borough’s Annual Fee from $450.00 to $300.00.

Streets & Properties:

Discussions:

The Intelligencer reported of the population changes in Bucks and Montgomery Counties. We have the lowest in 2 counties- 855.

503 Easton Road Bamboo violation will need to be completed by June 14.

Council discussed the pool barrier at 370 Spring Hill Road.

Council discussed the new Library Chair lift and they agreed to have Cowan Associates do a “Occupant Load calculations” for the Library.

Borough Tar and chipping project will be done when Durham Township does theirs too.

Finance:

Discussions:

Tammy reported that the last payment for the street loan is being paid on June 14, 2017.

Council discussed “Act 172 of 2016’ which would provide municipalities with the option to offer a real estate or earned income tax credit to active members of volunteer fire companies and nonprofit emergency medical service agencies through a volunteer service credit program.  S. Masteller will contact Durham and Nockamixon and see if they are looking into this too.

Council looked over the financials.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:  

            Continued issue with Tractor Trailers trying to go over the Canal Bridge & Delaware River Bridge.

Approval to change the Current Resolution # R-05-16, Bucks County 2016 Hazard Mitigation Plan update to #R-06-16.  From November 9, 2016 Council meeting and Approval to change the Current Resolution # R-06-16, In support of a citizen’s commission for legislative redistricting and congressional reapportionment to #R-07-16. From November 9, 2016 Council meeting.  R. Scott motioned to approve the change the Resolution numbers and E. Bartosiewicz seconded.  Unanimous

NEW BUSINESS:   None to report.

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

Next Council Meeting July 12, 2017 at 7pm.

Borough office will be closed July 4, 7 & 10, 2017.

Meeting adjourned 7:57 PM.

Sherry Masteller

Borough Secretary

 

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May 2017 Council Minutes

President Thomas E. Stinnett called the regular meeting of the Riegelsville Borough Council to order at 7:00 p.m. Following the Pledge of Allegiance, roll call was taken.  PRESENT: Thomas Stinnett, Ed Bartosiewicz, Audrey Kenny, Rodney Scott and Mayor Stokes. E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve the minutes from April 12, 2017. A. Kenny seconded.  Unanimous. 

CORRESPONDENCE:  

Todd Myers, Borough Engineer reported to S. Masteller that the amount of Wetlands on Spring Hill Road may affect the placement of the parking lot for the open space trail project.

REPORTS:

President – T. Stinnett reported to Council that he attended a presentation “Bridges Across the Delaware River” on May 9. It was an illustration about the bridges that span the Delaware River between New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The speaker was Joe Donnelly, Deputy Executive Director of Communications for the Delaware River Joint Bridge Commission.

Mayor Mayor Stokes reported he spoke to Craig Cardone in reference to the clogged drain on 611 that he has always helped maintain until now it seems to be clogged farther into the pipe. Craig called PennDot and they said the Borough is responsible for that. Mayor Stokes told him to contact Rep Quinn’s office. S. Masteller emailed Mayor Stokes our PennDot contacts.  A complaint came in for 428 Poplar Road for a very large Brush pile.  S. Masteller will send out a violation to the property owner.

COMMENTS OF CITIZENS:  One Borough resident and Frank Preedy-Riegelsville Emergency Management Coordinator.    Preedy discussed with Council that he would like the Council members to appoint Jason Anderson, Michael Myers as Deputy and reappoint John Panasiuk, Ray Kenny to the EMA Team. E. Bartosiewicz motioned to appoint & reappoint members. R. Scott seconded. Motion carried with one Abstention (A. Kenny) 3-1 F. Preedy will be attending the Bucks County quarterly training.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Community Affairs:

Discussions:

Zoning: Jim Kopchak, Borough Zoning Officer reported to Council that 2- Building permits were issued for Nelson- Deck w/pergola and Nelson-Kitchen remodel. 2-Zoning permits were issued Nelson- Deck w/Pergola and Nelson- Garage Addition.  919 Easton Road received a Junk Car and property maintenance violation and the Tenant has been cleaning the place up.  636 Easton Road was issued a “Stop Work order”, the property owner may need an extension of time, which will need to be a written request.   519 Easton Road, Mr. Szablowski is requested a “Special Exception” to the ZHB for a B-9(g) Home Occupation.

Mr. Szablowski would like to do business in his home under the name “Ethical Arms LLC.”   He wants to use a small section of his basement to design and fabricate fire arms.   There will be no retail sales.  All sales will be via mail to other licensed firearms dealers.  At the “Special Exception” Hearing he stated that he will only make 1 or 2 prototypes a year. The ZHB convened on Thursday, 23 March, 7PM. A decision was made to approve the special exception with conditions.

Ash Lane “Dunlap Lot” Michele White, prospective buyer, is requesting multiple variances to build a 3 bedroom Cape Cod style home. The following variances are needed:

1) Relief from section 502 (b) minimum lot area of 15,000 square ft.  (Actual lot size is 6795 Sq ft)

2) Relief from section 502 (b) minimum lot width of 100 ft.  (Actual width is 68 ft.)

3) Relief from section 502 (b) maximum building coverage, 20%.  Building coverage proposed is 21.8%.

4) Relief from section 502 (b) maximum front setback 40 ft.  You are requesting that the front setback be reduced to 20ft.

5) Relief from section 502 (b) maximum side setback 15 ft.  Proposed side setback is 7 ft.

She is aware of the previous ZHB decision and she submitted a “Right to Know” application to get copies of the records in the file.

The sale of the property is conditional on ZHB granting the variances.

Scott asked if a permit is needed for a paver’s wall at 210 Fern Road, Jim will look into it. R. Scott was asked by a Borough resident if Basketball hoops are allowed in the middle of sidewalks, Jim reported that is a safety issue and the property owners need to be notified. There is an abandoned car on Sycamore, S. Masteller will contact the State Police.

Library News: S. Masteller, Borough Secretary received the April 2017 Directors report, the minutes have been filed in the Borough office. Estelle Bloom, Library Board Trustee reported to Council the following:

  • The 4th Barnes & Noble Book fair on April 7th & 8th at the Easton Store located in Easton Pa was not very well attended.
  • No Library Fair on May 20 just the Book Fair, they are looking into different fundraisers to try.
  • Library is looking for small containers and empty paper towel rolls for summer reading program.

Fire Co. News: E. Bartosiewicz reported to Council that the “Fish Fry” served on average 205 people per week.

           Riegelsville Enhancement Committee News: The next meeting is set for Wednesday April 26 at 7pm.

UBREMS News:  E. Bartosiewicz reported no new news.

Rec Board News: Community Easter Egg Hunt was on April 14, we helped parking cars again this year.

Karin will give us an update on the egg hunt.  So far the 4/5 & the 8/9 Girls Softball will be playing on the Softball field. Mayor Stokes and his men’s team has their first game Sunday April 22.

Riegelsville Emergency Management: Frank Preedy, Emergency Management Coordinator reported

to Council that he received background checks for Mike Myers, and will get them for Jason Anderson. John

Panasiuk will be the computer help on the team.  Can we use the Borough Building for the Post Office if there is

an emergency?  A. Moyer asked if a different background check is needed for Volunteering instead of an

Employment check. They will look into this.

Riegelsville Planning Commission:  The next meeting is set for May 1, 2017 at 7pm. They are

making a few changes to the proposed Mailbox Ordinance.

Utilities:

Discussions:

Water bills were mailed out April 13, 2017 and are due May 5, 2017.  Matt Brady reported that there was no issues during water meter readings this quarter and usually after the winter there is a few.

Council discussed the plow damage at 319 Fairview Road, pictures were emailed. Council decided that the area by the hydrant should be repaired by the Riegelsville Road crew.  Before next winter we need a send out “Helpful Winter notes to Borough Residents”.

Matt Brady reported that only a few curb stops need to be found.

Hydrant Flushing is set for Monday May 1-May 5, 9pm-midnight.

Tilley performed their yearly inspection on the Borough Fire Extinguishers.

Streets & Properties:

Discussions:

  1. Bartosiewicz reported to Council that the Express-times had an article on “Busy bridges: Traffic trending up at toll crossings, dips at free spans” DRJTBC- Riegelsville Bridge 2016 average daily traffic, 3,400- same as 2015.

The Borough office received an email in reference to putting a trash receptacle next to the Pedestrian Bridge by the Canal.  Council said that is a good idea, S. Masteller will look into the cost of the last one.

The Borough office received a copy of a resolution from Township of Hopewell, NJ in reference to PennEast Pipeline.  T. Stinnett stated that the resolution that the Borough approved is all we need to do.

Council discussed the Bamboo violation at 503 Easton Road, the violation needed to be taken care of by June 14, 2017.

Brady reported that they are starting crack sealing 5/8/17 with Spring Hill Road, Sherer’s Hill, Fairmont and Edgewood Road.

Finance:

Discussions: Brady would like to purchase a Stihl Kombisystem that has brush & Pruner attachments. Council discussed the purchase and would like more information and then a decision can be made. A suggestion was to purchase the system piece by piece since we are over budget in the general fund for tools.

Council discussed the new truck quotes. One concern was is the truck going to be undercoated.

An increased volume of the per capita bills have come in due to the discount $9.80 by May 1st.

The Borough insurance adjuster reported that nothing has been paid out for the fender bender of the parked vehicle in Easton.

Council looked over the financials.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:  

Approval to purchase the 2017 F-550 4×4 truck $39,355.00 from Koch 33 Ford costar. E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve.  R. Scott seconded. Unanimous.

Approval to purchase the body, hydraulics, spreader, snowplow & lights $37,122.00 for new truck chassis.  E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve.  A. Kenny seconded. Unanimous.

Approval for the 2017 Street project not to exceed $24,000.00 with the Asphalt, Aggregate and the Labor cost, Costar contract pricing. We will do the job when Durham does theirs too.  E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve.  A. Kenny seconded. Unanimous.

NEW BUSINESS:  Council discussed the current steam boiler service contract and would like S. Masteller to look into this.  E. Bartosiewicz motioned to discontinue the current contract. R. Scott seconded. Unanimous.

 APPROVAL OF BILLS:  A. Kenny motioned to approve bills.  E. Bartosiewicz seconded.  Unanimous.

Next Council Meeting June 14, 2017 at 7pm.

Borough office will be closed May 16 & 29, 2017.

Meeting adjourned 8:10 PM.

Sherry Masteller   Borough Secretary

 

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April 2017 Council Minutes

President Thomas E. Stinnett called the regular meeting of the Riegelsville Borough Council to order at 7:00 p.m. Following the Pledge of Allegiance, roll call was taken.  PRESENT: Thomas Stinnett, Ed Bartosiewicz, Audrey Kenny, Ann P Moyer, Rodney Scott and Mayor Stokes. A. Moyer motioned to approve the minutes from March 8, 2017. A. Kenny seconded.  Unanimous. 

CORRESPONDENCE:  

Letter was read dated March 30, 2017, County of Bucks Emergency Health Services- Yearly EMS Reports.

Letter was read dated April 5, 2017, Bucks County Borough Association- Funding for EPA.

Letter was read dated April 6, 2017, Upper Bucks Regional Emergency Medical Services, Inc.

REPORTS:

President – T. Stinnett had nothing to report.

Mayor Mayor Stokes reported that he performed one wedding.

COMMENTS OF CITIZENS:  One Borough resident was present.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Community Affairs:

Discussions:

Zoning: Jim Kopchak, Borough Zoning Officer reported to Council that the updated fee schedule draft will be put on the April 12, Council agenda. Jim reported one zoning permit was issued for Shed at 709 Fairmont Road.  Stop work order was issued at 636 Easton Road due to project not constructed per approved plans, adjusted plans have not been received yet.  Zoning Hearing Board had a hearing on February 16, 2017 for 215 Ash Lane requesting a variance for relief from side and rear setbacks plus the proposed deck will need relief from the required side set back of 15 ft.  Variance was granted by ZHB to allow the new deck to be 9’6” from side property line (Required set back 15’).   Mr. Szablowski, Borough resident at 519 Easton Road is requesting a “Special Exception” to the ZHB for a B-9(g) Home Occupation. Mr. Szablowski would like to do business in his home under the name “Ethical Arms LLC.” He wants to use a small section of his basement to design and fabricate fire arms. There will be no retail sales. All sales will be via mail to other licensed firearms dealers. The ZHB is scheduled to hear his request on March 23, 7PM.  E. Bartosiewicz will go to the meeting as a representative of the Borough.

Library News: S. Masteller, Borough Secretary received the March 2017 Directors report, the minutes have been filed in the Borough office. Beth Banko, Library Board Trustee reported to Council the following:

  • The 4th Barnes & Noble Book fair is for April 7th & 8th at the Easton Store located in Easton Pa.
  • They are still in need of someone to play the Easter Bunny at the Community Egg Hunt, April 14. Volunteer time is approximately 2 hours.
  • No Library Fair on May 20 just the Book Fair, they are looking into different fundraisers to try.
  • Library is looking for small containers and empty paper towel rolls for summer reading program.

Fire Co. News: E. Bartosiewicz reported to Council that the first “Fish Fry” served 159 and the second “Fish Fry” served 180. Breakfast this Sunday March 19, 8am – noon.  Easter Flower Sale is April 13, 14, 15 at the Antique Haven.

           Riegelsville Enhancement Committee News: A. Moyer reported that the next meeting is set for Wednesday March 22 at 7pm.

UBREMS News:  E. Bartosiewicz reported that they did have a March meeting.

Rec Board News: Community Easter Egg Hunt April 14, we will help park cars again this year. Sign-ups have started for Softball online. The next meeting is March 28, 2017 at 7pm.  So far the 4/5 & the 6/7 Girls Softball.

Riegelsville Emergency Management: Frank Preedy, Emergency Management Coordinator reported to Council that he is attended a training at the County and gave Council the handouts. F. Preedy has been incontact with Fire Chief Todd Myers in reference to asking Mike Myers to be the Deputy Chief on the team. F. Preedy called Jason Anderson and Ray Kenny to see if they want to be on the team.

Riegelsville Planning Commission:  T. Stinnett reported that during the March 6, meeting, they continued to discuss a mailbox ordinance and they discussed Borough land use implications of the Medical Marijuana Act.

Utilities:

Discussions:

Council discussed getting the Riegelsville Water Companies reservoir cleaned and inspected.

Information will be gathered and reported back to Council.

Streets & Properties:

Discussions:

Ed discussed with Council the raised sidewalk and wall under the Borough’s Footbridge.

Matt Brady discussed with Council that he does not want to get certified to be the Riegelsville Water Operator when Dick Meade retires.

Council discussed sharing our crack sealing machine with Durham Township. We would get our roads done first in the Spring/Summer and then Durham could use it in the fall. They would pay for the supplies they use.

Council discussed the sidewalk quote from S & M General Services, Council is looking into 1-2 more quotes.

Council discussed Street Sweeping the Borough Streets, it is usually done before the Memorial Day Parade.

Council discussed the specific Borough Streets- Tar & Chip Estimate from Cowan Associates, Borough Engineer.

Matt discussed the Ash Lane Lot- water hook up with Council.  Matt met with W. Dowd to look at the options.

Finance:

Discussions:

Council looked over the 2016 Audit and the 2016 Financials.  The Auditor filed them with DCED on March 30, 2017.

Matt discussed with Council that a new truck will cost approximately 70K-75K.

Financials were not discussed due to the Bank recs not being ready.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:  

Approval of Ordinance #236 “Vacating an unopened alley”. E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve.  R. Scott seconded. Unanimous.

Approval of Resolution R-03-17 “Updated Zoning Fee Schedule”.  R. Scott motioned to approve.  A. Moyer seconded. Unanimous.

 Walking Trail Update: Last piece for the preliminary design is the wetlands evaluation.  Due to the snow and wet weather this tasks is not completed.  We are schedule to walk the proposed route next week with are subcontractor.  We are shooting for preliminary design for the May council meeting

            Bamboo update at 503 Easton Road: The bamboo does not look like it was cut back to 2-3 feet tall by March 22, 2017 the letter was sent March 10, 2017. The rest of the removal needs to be completed by June 14, 2017 to be in accordance with Ordinance #228. A letter will be written again.

NEW BUSINESS:  None to report.

APPROVAL OF BILLS:  A. Kenny motioned to approve bills.  E. Bartosiewicz seconded.  Unanimous.

Next Council Meeting May 10, 2017 at 7pm.

Borough office will be closed April 14, 2017.

Meeting adjourned 8:05 PM.

Sherry Masteller

Borough Secretary

 

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March 2017 Council Minutes

President Thomas E. Stinnett called the regular meeting of the Riegelsville Borough Council to order at 7:03 p.m. Following the Pledge of Allegiance, roll call was taken.  PRESENT: Thomas Stinnett, Ed Bartosiewicz, Audrey Kenny, Ann P Moyer, Rodney Scott and Mayor Stokes. E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve the minutes from February 8, 2017. A. Kenny seconded.  Unanimous. 

 CORRESPONDENCE:  

Letter was read dated February 10, 2017 from Riegelsville Planning Commission giving activities from 2016.

Letter was read dated March 1, 2017 from Armour & Sons Electric Inc. 2016 Traffic Signal Maintenance year-end report and 2017 Traffic Signal Maintenance.

Letter was read dated March 6, 2017 from Riegelsville Zoning Hearing Board in reference to hearing that is set for March 23, 2017.

Email was read dated March 7, 2017 from Borough Resident, Peter Ryan, in reference to a Bamboo ordinance violation.

REPORTS:

President – T. Stinnett had nothing to report.

Mayor Mayor Stokes reported that he performed one wedding.  Mayor has been in contact with Mike from State Rep Quinn’s office in reference to the pot holes on 611 and he asked when 611 would be paved. Mike replied back that it is not on Penn DOT’s 5 year plan.  Mayor received a complaint from Borough resident about 428 Poplar Road having a pile of brush in the front lawn that has been there since fall. S. Masteller will forward the complaint to zoning officer.

COMMENTS OF CITIZENS:  1 Borough resident was present. E. Albrecht reported that the alley between Ash Lane & Fairview has washed out again so there is a bump.  S. Masteller will let Matt know about the bump.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Community Affairs:

Discussions:

Resolution R-02-17. A resolution of the Council of the Borough of Riegelsville, Bucks County, PA, to appoint members, Dirk Odhner, David Masteller, Allen Madnick & alternate member Michael Walsh of the Zoning hearing board.  E. Bartosiewicz motioned to appoint R. Scott seconded, Unanimous.

Zoning: Jim Kopchak, Borough Zoning Officer reported to Council that the draft will be complete by

March 8, 2017 Council meeting. Jim reported no permits were issued.  Borough resident at 204 Fairview Road requested more time to execute his deck.  Stop work order was issued at 636 Easton Road due to project not constructed per approved plans.  Thursday February 16, 2017 at 7pm for 215 Ash Lane may be requesting a variance for relief from side and rear setbacks plus the proposed deck will need relief from the required side set back of 15 ft.  Borough resident at 519 Easton Road asked for a written zoning opinion, in reference to a home based business under the name “Ethical Arms LLC.  When the Borough receives the $60.00 required fee then the letter will be written.

Library News: S. Masteller, Borough Secretary received the “2016 Year in review” and the February 2017 Directors report, the minutes have been filed in the Borough office. A. Moyer highlighted the report:

  • A large number of new books were collected for the book sale from a book store that went out of business in the Palmer park mall.
  • Weeding of the Adult nonfiction collection is taking place.
  • The library received a check from Bowman’s North of $616.80 from their “Mondays Matter” that is 10% of their food sales in January 2017.
  • The Library was closed on February 9, 2017 due to the weather.
  • They are still in need of someone to play the Easter Bunny at the Community Egg Hunt, April 14. Volunteer time is approximately 2 hours.

Fire Co. News: E. Bartosiewicz reported that they received a grant for 25 sets of gear, each is approximately $2,000.00. Gear needs to be replaced every 10 years.  Tires for the vehicles need to be changed every 7 years no matter how many miles are on the vehicle.  Breakfast is Sunday February 19, 8am – noon. Riegelsville

Enhancement Committee News: E. Albrecht reported to Council that the next meeting is February 22, 2017. Hoagie sale was a success.

UBREMS News:  Nothing to report.

Rec Board News: Community Easter Egg Hunt will be April 14. We will help park cars again this year. Sign-ups have started for Softball online.

Riegelsville Emergency Management: Frank Preedy, Emergency Management Coordinator reported to Council that he is attending a training at the County.  F. Preedy has been in contact with Fire Chief Todd Myers in reference to asking Mike Myers to be the Deputy Chief on the team. F. Preedy will be calling Jason Anderson and Ray Kenny to see if they want to be on the team.

Riegelsville Planning Commission: T. Stinnett reported to Council that there was no meeting in January. Remarks: T. Stinnett reported that during the February 6, meeting, they continue to discuss a mailbox ordinance and they discussed Borough land use implications of the Medical Marijuana Act.

Misc:  Cory & Amber Campbell, Borough residents feel that it is not necessary to put in a trail on the open space, they are concerned about the parking lot by their property and their privacy.  Cory asked if the parking lot can be located closer to town.  T. Stinnett stated that the Open Space was purchased before Cory purchased the house. Cory is concerned that it is wetland and may not be able to put a parking lot on the land.Stinnett said that he will keep Cory updated on the progress of the project.

Roger Vonah, Borough resident discussed with Council that during plowing the drivers plowed a lot of grass into his lawn.  R. Scott stated that does happen when there isn’t a curb or stakes to help the drivers with the property lines. Roger will put out stakes.

Utilities:

Discussions:

Matt wanted to know if the water line is going under the Open Space Trail. T. Stinnett stated that the trail is going to be 10 feet and width of the land is 50 feet. The water line will be done at a different time.

Streets & Properties:

Discussions:

There is a pot hole near 519 Easton Road, S. Masteller put cones in the hole since Matt was at a fire call. Penn DOT was called to fill it in and Matt will check it too since the Borough Water line is near the hole.

Council is looking over the draft Ordinance #236 vacating an unopened alley that will be added to the April 12, 2017 Council meeting.

There is a Zoning Hearing set for March 23, 2017 at 7pm- in reference to Resident Walter Szablowski, to have a home occupation-personal services, “Ethical Arms LLC”.

Bamboo ordinance violations were mailed to 503 Easton Road and 719 Easton Road.

Finance:

Discussions:

The Borough’s 2000 Ford dump truck needs an estimate of $1650.00 in repairs plus it is due for inspection in April.  Council agreed that the truck needs too much work done so we should look into buying a used or new Truck. Matt is going to get some information from the costar program too.

Sue Matthias manager of Penn Community Bank sent Council their new product launch with “Business Money Markets”, Council looked over the rates and decided to stay with what they already have.

Council looked over the financials and had a question about the misc. acct. Remarks: That total was from Melanie’s back pay. The small tools acct. was $450.00 for the backpack blower & saw.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:  

Approval to advertise Ordinance #236 “Vacating an unopened alley” ad will run 3/29 & 4/5. Review & Passage will be during April 12, Borough Council meeting. R. Scott motioned to approve.  A. Moyer seconded. Unanimous.

Approval request from Peter Ryan of additional 120 days for Bamboo Violations to be removed.  R. Scott motioned to approve that by March 22, 2017 the Bamboo needs to be cut back to 2 to 3 feet tall.  Then the rest can be completely resolved permanently in accordance with Ordinance #228 by June 14, 2017.  A. Kenny seconded. Unanimous.

Approval of Armour & Sons Electric proposal of $2070.00 for 2017 Annual Traffic Signal Maintenance. E. Bartosiewicz motioned to approve. R. Scott seconded. Unanimous.

 NEW BUSINESS:  None to report.

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

Next Council Meeting April 12, 2017 at 7pm.

Borough office will be closed April 3-7, 2017.

Meeting adjourned 7:58 PM.

Sherry Masteller  Borough Secretary

 

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Ordinance #236 Passed Unanimously

NOTICE

Notice is hereby given by the Council of the Borough of Riegelsville that a proposed ordinance #236 to vacate an unopened alley in the Borough of Riegelsville will be presented for review and passage at the Regular Council meeting to be held on Wednesday, April 12, 2017 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.  Section 1 states its purpose as vacating a certain unopened street in the Borough together with a legal description of it.  Section 2 identifies the owners of abutting property owners.  Section 3 states the basis and exercise of the Borough’s authority.  Section 4 is a severability section.  Section 5 is a repealer and amendment.  Section 6 states the effective date as being 30 days from passage.

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

ORDINANCE NO. 236

AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOROUGH OF

RIEGELSVILLE, BUCKS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

VACATING AN UNOPENED ALLEY

BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the Borough of Riegelsville as follows:

Section 1.        Purpose.

The purpose of this Ordinance is to vacate a certain unopened alley in the Borough of Riegelsville, the specific location, profile and dimensions of which are more fully set forth in the legal description attached hereto (“Unopened Alley”).

Section 2.        Names of Owners.

The names of all owners whose properties abut the unopened alley to be vacated are:

Donald H. and Kim L. Monteverde

256 Linden Lane

Riegelsville, PA 18077

T.M.P. 38-002-033

David and Cynthia L. Nadeau

250 Linden Lane

Riegelsville, PA 18077

T.M.P. 38-002-034

Jason H. and Kathryn A. Anderson

234 Linden Lane

Riegelsville, PA 18077

T.M.P. 38-002-036

Stephen B. and Lisa M. Lance

230 Linden Lane

Riegelsville, PA 18077

T.M.P. 38-002-37

Todd R. and Catherine A. Myers

218 Linden Lane

Riegelsville, PA 18077

T.M.P. 38-002-038

Dale and Catherine Floyd

220 Linden Lane

Riegelsville, PA 18077

T.M.P. 38-002-038-001

David and Catherine A. Brandes

511 Easton Road

Riegelsville, PA 18077

T.M.P. 38-002-041

Walter Szablowski

519 Easton Road

Riegelsville, PA 18077

T.M.P. 38-002-042

Section 3.        Basis and Exercise of Authority.

By and through the authority vested in it pursuant to section 1731 of the Borough Code, 8 Pa. C.S.A. § 1731, and after appropriate notice and public hearing held thereon, the Unopened Alley is hereby VACATED.

Section 4.        Severability.

If any section, clause or phrase of this Ordinance is for any reason held to be unconstitutional, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining sections, sentences, clauses and phrases of this Ordinance as an entirety, it being the legislative intent that this Ordinance shall stand notwithstanding the invalidity or any such section, sentence, clause or phrase.

Section 5.        Repealer and Amendment.

Upon enactment of this Ordinance, any and all provisions of all prior ordinances which are inconsistent herewith are specifically repealed and the Borough’s Code of Ordinances and Zoning Map is appropriately amended hereby.

Section 6.        Effective Date.

This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force thirty (30) days after its approval as required by law.

Attest:                                                                         RIEGELSVILLE BOROUGH COUNCIL

 

 

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Borough Secretary                                                      Thomas E. Stinnett

 

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Audrey R. Kenny

 

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Edward Bartosiewicz

 

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Rodney Scott

 

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Ann P. Moyer

 

Approved this             12th day of April, 2017 as an Ordinance of the Borough of Riegelsville.

 

                                                                       

Gregory Stokes, Mayor

 

 

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