253 Municipal Drive Thorndale, PA 19372
October 8, 2020 Minutes
Attendance: Paul Mullin-President, Jane Kennedy-Vice President, Joshua Young-Commissioner, Lorraine Tindaro-Commissioner, Mark Evans-Commissioner, Kristen Denne-Township Manager/Secretary, Kevin Barron-Township Finance Director (Absent), Bryan Kulakowsky-Township Engineer (Absent), Kristin Camp-Township Solicitor, and Denise Miller-Assistant Township Secretary.
Also in attendance: Lou Colagreco of Riley Riper Hollin & Colagreco.
Call to Order and Pledge Allegiance to the Flag
Commissioner Mullin called the Virtual Zoom meeting to order, and called for the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag.
Citizens to be Heard
Mark DeYoung of 20 Beaver Run Road had concerns with Halloween events during the pandemic. Ms. Denne noted that Halloween will be October 31 however, the Township is not holding events, as were done in the past. Ms. Denne also noted that Townships do not have the ability to tell residents that they cannot do Halloween events, however they are recommending that you follow the CDC guidelines, which are on the township website as well as safer alternate Halloween events.
Commissioner Evans Updates
Commissioner Evans noted that meetings are a neutral ground, a place to hear, and be heard.
Commissioner Evans noted that Caln Township has been recognized as a “Silver Community” for participating in the Pennsylvania Sustainable Community Certification Program, administered through the Pennsylvania Municipal League.
Brandywine Trail Discussion – Commissioner Evans noted a correction to the Brandywine Trail discussion from the September 24, 2020 Board of Commissioners meeting, regarding the William Penn Foundation Grant. He noted that the grant they are applying for is for $300,000 not $500,000.
Spackman Farm Barn – Commissioner Evans noted that the bids to replace the roof are being reviewed.
Flu Season – Commissioner Evans recommended that everyone get their flu vaccinations as soon as possible. He noted that he was told that one Thorndale pharmacy had over 200 people receive their flu vaccinations last week.
COVID-19 – Commissioner Evans noted that Pennsylvania cases are on the way back up. West Chester recently had a major spike in positive cases.
Chester County has seen 382 new positive cases, which is down from 489 cases from September 24, and 2 deaths. This is still nearly 85% higher than the 2 week average over the summer when numbers were actually going in the right direction. He also noted that over the last 14 days, Caln Township positive cases are up 7% from 212 to 227, and deaths remain the same.
Commissioner Evans noted that he thinks, out of frustration, people are overestimating our level of recovery and containment and underestimating the true dangers still around them.
Commissioner Evans encouraged everyone to continue to wear masks, wash hands, stay at least six feet apart from each other, and do not attend gatherings where others are not wearing a mask.
Ms. Denne noted that employees use the guideline that everyone is positive.
Township Solicitor – Ms. Camp
Small Wireless Facilities Ordinance Hearing (SWF) – Ms. Camp noted that this is a public hearing to consider a new ordinance, which would create a new chapter in the township code book, identified as 132A Small Wireless Facilities. Currently the township regulates wireless communication facilities within the zoning ordinance, and given the changes and updates in both the federal and state law with respect to allowing SWF, which are otherwise known as (DAS) Distributed Antennas Systems. They are given preferential treatment under the law and special time frames within which you must act. Ms. Camp also noted that their office thought it appropriate to regulate them as a “stand alone” ordinance. She also noted that the Township Planning Commission has reviewed this ordinance and it has been advertised in the Daily Local News (DLN), and sent to the DLN and the Chester County Law Library, for public inspection.
Commissioner Kennedy asked if this is the same as the “5G”. Ms. Camp replied “yes”.
Commissioner Kennedy asked if there was discussion on health concerns. Ms. Camp noted that the federal regulations and laws indicate that health concerns cannot serve as a basis to deny a facility. She also noted that they have standards they have to meet under the federal regulations and demonstrate that they have the FCC licenses, and in order to get that, they have to demonstrate, through the radio frequency engineer, that the output they put out complies with the federal standards.
Ms. Camp noted a separate resolution that adopts guidelines. The law says that you have the right to dictate and issue permits for what these facilities look like when they are within the township right-of-way, and if you do not have guidelines for guiding companies on where you would like them to be, they can come in and put them where they want.
Commissioner Tindaro asked the minimum distance the equipment can be from homes. Ms. Camp noted that there is nothing in this ordinance that dictates that. This ordinance is specific to what is in the township right-of-way. If they have to stay in the township right-of-way, there are set back regulations. Commissioner Tindaro asked if the township could provide guidance. Ms. Camp noted not really, because the utility poles are put in a location that has to be outside the travel cart-way because you have to make sure they are not in a dangerous location.
Commissioner Kennedy asked when are these going to start being putting up. Ms. Camp noted that they indicated that they are focusing the most on urban areas.
Commissioner Evans noted concern with Town Center/Historic Districts or Historic Preservation Protected Areas 10. (B) “to the greatest extent possible”. Ms. Camp noted that she will strike this language from the ordinance. She noted it was written this way because the federal law indicates that you cannot deny approval for these facilities if they need the facility in order to provide the adequate coverage, which is a factual determination that they have to provide and present proof of. Then the law is that you cannot unreasonably restrict and prohibit placement of these facilities.
Commissioner Evans asked how this paragraph applies to the Spackman Farm and potentially Kings Highway Park.
14. Exceptions to Applicability
(A) Nothing in this Chapter authorized the collocation of small wireless facilities on:
(4) Property owned, leased or controlled by a park district, forest preserve district, or
conservation district for public park, recreation or conservation purposes, without the
consent of the affected district.
Ms. Camp noted that the Spackman Farm would be covered under (A) (2).
(2) Property owned or controlled by a unit of local government that is not located within Public rights-
of-way without the written consent of the unit of local government (local governments are,
however, required to authorize the collocation of small wireless facilities on utility poles owned or
controlled by the local government or located within rights-of-way to the same extent the local
government permits access to utility poles for other commercial projects or uses).
Commissioner Kennedy noted that page 3-Town Center/Historic District talks about the historic district.
“An area that is zoned or otherwise designated as the Town Center and/or Historic District, or is otherwise subject to historic preservation regulations, under municipal, state or federal law and for which the Township maintains and enforces in a uniform and nondiscriminatory basis with regard to all users of the public right-of-way pursuant to this Chapter”.
Ms. Camp noted that if your ordinance would have specific regulations identifying properties being in the historic district and within those regulations, and if you prohibited these facilities, those provisions could be applied.
Commissioner Mullin asked if banners can be hung on the poles. Ms. Camp noted that it depends however, they would rather use an existing pole, typically owned by Peco, than spend the money putting a new pole up. The township owns the light poles on Lincoln Highway, and you can do what you want as long as the banner does not interfere with the equipment. Commissioner Mullin asked if banners can be hung on new poles. Ms. Camp noted that the township would have to get Peco’s consent.
Commissioner Mullin called for public comment. There were none.
Ordinance 2020-04 An Ordinance to Allow for and regulate Small Cell Wireless Facilities within the Township Public Rights-of-Way – Commissioner Mullin entertained a motion to approve Ordinance 2020-04 to allow for and regulate Small Cell Wireless Facilities within the Township public rights-of-way, and with Commissioner Evans recommendation made to strike the words “to the greatest extent possible” in paragraph 10. (B). Moved by Commissioner Kennedy and seconded by Commissioner Tindaro. Vote passed 5-0.
Resolution 2020-50 A Resolution adopting the Design Guidelines for Small Wireless Facilities – Commissioner Mullin entertained a motion to approve resolution 2020-50 adopting the design guidelines for small wireless facilities. Moved by Commissioner Evans and seconded by Commissioner Kennedy. Vote passed 5-0.
JLLAR Conditional Use Decision– C.C. Sports Arena 4531, 4533, and 4575 Lincoln Highway – For Board consideration, Ms. Camp presented a conditional use decision and order for JLLAR at 4531, 4533, and 4575 West Lincoln Highway. The Applicant seeks conditional use approval to use the properties for recreational uses, specifically the expansion of an existing indoor and outdoor multi-purpose recreational facility known as the Chester County Sports Arena. The Board of Commissioners held a public hearing on August 13, 2020, and advertised a public notice of the hearing in the DLN on July 29, 2020 and August 5, 2020. At the conclusion of the hearing on August 13, 2020 the evidentiary record was closed, and the Board took the matter under advisement.
Ms. Camp reviewed the conditions of approval.
1. Except as modified by the conditions of this Decision and Order or the final land development plan approval, the Applicant and the recreational use and the redevelopment of the Properties shall comply with all of the representations and commitments made by or on behalf of the Applicant in the testimony and exhibits presented at the Hearing, whether or not express reference is made to said representations and commitments in this Decision and Order.
2. The Properties, UPI No. 39-5-9.1, 4531 W. Lincoln Highway, UPI No. 35-5-9, 4533 W. Lincoln Highway and UPI No. 35-9-10.3, 4575 W. Lincoln Highway shall be held in single ownership, and merged into one lot by approval and recordation of a reverse subdivision plan and a deed of consolidation.
3. The recreational use and operation of the activities on the Properties will comply with the Township's noise regulations codified in Article XV of the Township's Zoning Ordinance, titled "Noise Controls."
4. The use and development of the Properties shall comply with the design standards and specifications for recreational uses set forth in Section 155-90.C of the Township Zoning Ordinance, with the exception of Section 155-90.C.(4) and Section 155-90.C.(7). The use and development of the Properties shall comply with the setback requirements of the Lincoln Highway Overlay District set forth in Section 155-43.
5. All lighting on the exterior of the buildings shall comply with the requirements in the Zoning Ordinance and all new light fixtures installed on the Properties must be directed downwards and appropriately shielded to prevent glare on adjacent properties.
6. Applicant shall attempt to secure a cross-easement agreement with the owner of the VFW Property to facilitate shared parking. If a cross-easement agreement is able to be secured, the cross-easement agreement will include a pedestrian path between the Properties and the VFW Property to facilitate shared parking and shall be recorded in the chain of title for both properties at the time of recording the final land development plan. If Applicant is unable to secure a cross-easement agreement with the owner of the VFW Property but is able to obtain the right to use another nearby property for shared parking, it shall provide for a safe pedestrian route between the area of off-site parking and the Property. Such pedestrian route shall be approved by the Township.
7. The buildings on the Properties, as improved with the redevelopment, shall comply with the Township Building Code, including compliant fire suppression systems.
8. The redevelopment of the Properties shall comply with the design requirements and site improvements required in the Lincoln Highway Overlay District and as determined by the Board during land development review. Applicant shall install red brick inlay into the sidewalks along the frontage of the Property. Applicant shall also install red brick pillars and benches overtop of a red brick pad site along the frontage of Lincoln Highway similar to the pillars and benches/pad site installed at the Del Toyota dealership located at 2945 E. Lincoln Highway. The design for the sidewalk, pillars and benches/brick pad site shall be presented and approved by the Board as part of land development.
9. The redevelopment shall include sidewalks and paths for pedestrian circulation, including crosswalks across internal driveways, and appropriate areas for drop-off and pick-up of day campers and other users of the recreational facilities, including bus loading and unloading if required.
10. As part of the land development review and approval process Applicant shall investigate alternatives to the existing site access, including: a single access driveway from Lincoln Highway; one-way driveways; and/or left turn prohibitions. This investigation shall be documented in the Traffic Impact Study which shall be submitted to the Township for
review and approval. The Board shall determine how vehicles access the Properties as part of the approval of the land development plans.
11. After the Properties are connected to public sanitary sewer, the existing septic tank will be abandoned in accordance with applicable regulations.
12. The Applicant shall comply with all outstanding comments set forth in correspondence of the Township Engineer, ARRO, dated July 15, 2020, Exhibit B-7.
13. Applicant shall provide energy efficient lighting fixtures that meet the Illuminating Engineering Society illumination standards for commercial uses. The IES standard in effect at the time of final plan approval shall apply.
14. Applicant shall reimburse the Township for the cost of Fire Police or Township Police to assist with traffic entering or exiting the Properties if, as a result of the traffic generated by the development, the Township determines that in order to safely enter or exit the Properties during peak hours of operation or special events held on the Properties, assistance must be provided by such Police.
15. This Decision and Order grants conditional use approval only for a recreational use of the Properties. Except as may be modified by the specific conditions of approval set forth in this Order, the development and use of the Properties and the subdivision and land development plan for the Properties shall comply with all applicable ordinances, laws and regulations of Caln Township and any governmental or private entity having jurisdiction over the use and development of the Properties. For example, the road access, internal circulation, parking configuration, signs, lighting, and trash enclosure are not approved by this Decision and Order.
16. Applicant and its successors and assigns in interest to the Properties shall be strictly bound by all of the foregoing conditions of approval.
17. Applicant shall unconditionally accept the conditions of approval within fifteen (15) calendar days of the date of this Decision and Order set forth hereinbelow by sending written notice of acceptance addressed to the Board. If the conditions are not timely and unconditionally accepted by the Applicant, the Application is denied, the Board finding and concluding that in the absence of acceptance of the conditions, the Application fails to comply with the applicable objective criteria set forth in the Zoning Ordinance. The Board retains jurisdiction to issue a supplementary decision in support of the denial if necessary.
Commissioner Mullin called for public comment. There were none.
Commissioner Mullin entertained a motion to approve JLLAR Conditional Use Decision and Order based on the draft Decision and Order presented in their packet. Moved by Commissioner Evans and seconded by Commissioner Tindaro. Vote passed 5-0.
Motion for Final Approval of the Subdivision Plan for 2351 Miller Avenue – For Board consideration, Ms. Camp presented a motion for final approval for the subdivision plan for 2351 Miller Avenue of Rehabulous Homes, LLC/Principle Lori Vorgang. The property consists of 0.82 acres and is located in the R4 Medium to High Density Residential District, and is improved with an existing dwelling, which contains approximately 1,220 square feet, and would be used as a residence. The parcel is served by both public water and sewer. Ms. Camp also noted that the Applicant seeks to divide the current parcel into two parcels but does not propose any land development at this time. The Township Planning Commission recommended that the Board of Commissioners grant approval subject to all conditions referenced in ARRO Consulting’s review letter, dated September 10, 2020. This was the only condition requested.
Ms. Camp reviewed the conditions, which are standard “boiler plate” conditions.
1. The subdivision of the property shall comply with all relevant terms and provisions of the Zoning Ordinance, SALDO, and the Stormwater Ordinance and all other applicable regulations, except as otherwise modified and/or waived by the Board of Commissioners through this Decision.
2. Applicant shall comply with any outstanding comments in the Latest Township Review Letter to the satisfaction of the Township staff and their consultants.
3. Applicant shall execute a Development Agreement and Financial Security Agreement and post financial security in an amount approved by the Township Engineer and in form and substance acceptable to the Township, The Township Engineer and the Township Solicitor prior to the Plan being released by the Board of Commissioners for recording.
4. Prior to the release of the Plan for recording, Applicant shall pay a fee in lieu of open space in the amount of $2,165.00.
5. Prior to the release of the Plan for recording, Applicant shall reimburse the Township for all outstanding reasonable engineering, administrative, legal and other review fees associated with the Township’s review of the Plan. If Applicant disputes any of the review fees, the parties shall adhere to the procedures in Section 10503 of the MPC. If the Township incurs engineering, administrative, legal and other consultant fees associated with the inspection of the improvements associated with Applicant’s subdivision, it shall, within thirty (30 days of receipt of any subsequent invoices from the Township or its professional consultants, remit payment to the Township for all reasonable engineering, administrative, legal and inspection fees associated with Applicant's subdivision of Property. Should Applicant wish to dispute any of the above-referenced inspections fees, the parties shall adhere to the procedures in Section 10510(g) of the MPC. Any balance not paid within such thirty (30) day period shall bear interest at the rate of one and one-half percent (1-1/2%) per month.
6. Applicant shall provide the Township with a digital file of the Plan as specified in the Township Code.
7. Applicant shall provide the Township with a copy of the recorded Plan in 11x17 format.
8. To the extent that any of the above conditions are determined to be invalid, the invalid condition(s) are severable, and the invalidity shall not affect the validity of the remaining conditions imposed.
9. This Decision and conditions contained herein are binding on Applicant, its successors, and assigns, for the benefit of the Township in general and the ultimate users/property owners of the subject Property.
Ms. Camp noted that if this property was to be sold, these conditions would run with the subdivision.
Commissioner Evans asked if Ms. Camp knows where the property will be divided. Ms. Camp noted that it will be divided to the north of the current dwelling.
Commissioner Evans asked for clarification on the fee in lieu of money. Ms. Camp noted that in the SALDO it states that any time there is a subdivision and land development you have to provide sufficient land area for recreation or open space for the inhabitants or commercial property or for the users of that commercial property. It’s based on a provision of the Municipal Planning Code, which allows you to require people to provide sufficient land area for recreation or open space, which is passive recreation, and if they cannot provide it specifically on the land they are subdividing, they have an option to pay a “fee in lieu” of providing that land area.
Ms. Camp noted that this was imposed on the four lot subdivision on 301 Bondsville Road however, the Board has an option to waive it on the presented motion. Commissioner Evans noted that he is in favor of the fee, and understands Ms. Camp’s clarification.
Commissioner Mullin called for public comment.
Tony DiSario of 251 Loomis Avenue asked how public water would get to the adjacent property. Ms. Camp noted that this would go through the water company.
Commissioner Mullin entertained a motion granting minor subdivision approval for 2351 Miller Avenue, based on the draft motion provided in the Board packet. Moved by Commissioner Tindaro and seconded by Commissioner Evans. Vote passed 5-0.
Resolution 2020-48 A Resolution of acceptance of Deed of Dedication of Additional Right-of-Way of Moore Road – For Board consideration, Ms. Camp noted that the Hillview Subdivision was approved with Mr. Behrle and then purchased by U.S. Home Corporation, doing business as “Lennar.” Part of the approval motion required them to grant additional right-of-way along their property frontage where it abutted Black Horse Hill Road and Moore Road. They had to wait until Lennar went to settlement to get these deeds of additional right-of-way.
Commissioner Evans asked if the Township will be responsible for the roads. Ms. Camp noted that it is not the roads itself, it’s a wider right-of-way that the Township is taking in the event they would need it for any purpose, in the future. Ms. Camp also noted that these are already Township roads therefore; the township is already maintaining them.
Commissioner Mullin entertained a motion to approve Resolution 2020-48 for the acceptance of Deed of Dedication of additional right-of-way of Black Horse Hill Road. Moved by Commissioner Young and seconded by Commissioner Tindaro. Cathy Hoscheid of 2 Moore Road has concern with the traffic and construction regarding the Hillview Subdivision. She also has concern with parking her vehicle during the construction. Ms. Camp noted that she needs to call Mr. Stackhouse and have a meeting with him, the Developer, and the Contractor. Vote passed 5-0.
Resolution 2020-49 A Resolution of acceptance of Deed of Dedication of Additional Right-of-Way of Black Horse Hill Road – Commissioner Mullin entertained a motion to approve Resolution 2020-49 for the acceptance of Deed of Dedication of additional right-of-way of Moore Road. Moved by Commissioner Young and seconded by Commissioner Evans. Vote passed 5-0.
Township Engineer – Mr. Kulakowsky
Township Manager – Ms. Denne
Pennsylvania Sustainability Community Program – Ms. Denne noted that the Township last week, put out an announcement that the Township has attained “Silver Status” with the Sustainable Pennsylvania Community Certification Program. This program looks at financial, environmental, and building and planning policies to determine how active the Township is in looking at the future of the community, and how sustainable their practices are. Ms. Denne noted that this has become popular amongst grant providers, and is the top question on grant applications.
William Penn Grant – Ms. Denne noted that the program has been released and the awards are $300,000 apiece. The Township is in the process of gathering information for submittal.
Budget – Ms. Denne noted that budget meetings have started. She also noted that due to the holidays, there is one meeting in November, and possibly one in December. The November 12 meeting is the anticipated budget presentation. In order to have the budget adopted at the December 12 meeting it has to be advertised for 20 days, and November 19 is the last day that can be done.
Census – Ms. Denne noted that the Township has reached 77.9% participation. She also noted that they are counting until October 31, and allowing responses on the internet however, she was not sure if people are going to resident homes.
Ordinances and Resolutions for Consideration
Resolution 2020-48 A Resolution of acceptance of Deed of Dedication of Additional Right-of-Way of Black Horse Hill Road – Approved under “Township Solicitor – Ms. Camp”
Resolution 2020-49 A Resolution of acceptance of Deed of Dedication of Additional Right-of-Way of Moore Road – Approved under “Township Solicitor – Ms. Camp”
Resolution 2020-50 A Resolution adopting the Design Guidelines for Small Wireless Facilities – Approved under “Township Solicitor – Ms. Camp”
Ordinance 2020-04 An Ordinance to Allow for and regulate Small Cell Wireless Facilities within the Township Public Rights-of-Way – Approved under “Township Solicitor – Ms. Camp”
Minutes to Approve
Motion to Approve the September 24, 2020 Board of Commissioners Minutes – Commissioner Mullin entertained a motion to approve the September 24, 2020 Board of Commissioners minutes. Moved by Commissioner Tindaro and seconded by Commissioner Evans. Vote passed 5-0.
Motion to Approve General Checks 45572-45625, and Manual Check 160 – Commissioner Mullin entertained a motion to approve general checks 45572-45625 and manual check 160. Moved by Commissioner Kennedy and seconded by Commissioner Tindaro. Commissioner Young asked about check #45586 for Delaware River Basin Commission “withdraw pond”. Ms. Denne noted that it could be for raking of the Golf Course ponds however, she will verify that and get back to him. Vote passed 5-0.
Boards and Commissions Updates – Summary by Applicable Board Liaison
Parks and Recreation – Commissioner Young noted highlights from their September meeting, and noted changes in events due to COVID-19
· There will be no bus trips in 2021
· There will be no in-person events possibly for the first two quarters of 2021
· Virtual Halloween parade – Hash tags on Instagram and Facebook
· Holiday home decorating contest is still on
Commissioner Evans asked if residents could judge the holiday home decorating contest. Commissioner Young noted that it would mean that residents would have to go to resident houses. He suggested taking the category winners and possibly having those judged by residents. He noted that he will speak with Ms. Swan regarding this.
COG – Commissioner Kennedy noted highlights from their September meeting.
· Facilitator discussing the “5G”
· Halloween discussion. Turn your outside light on if you want Trick or Treaters.
· Discussion on a joint Municipality SPCA Committee – Township financials reviewed
Municipal Authority – Commissioner Mullin noted progress on the pump station.
· Fence and gates installed
· Raking and seeding has been completed
· Electric has been hooked up
· October 9 – Generator load test
· October 12 – Doing the final punch list
· October 14 or 15 – Start up
DARA – Commissioner Mullin noted highlights from their September meeting.
· Circulation of a draft memo outlining their plan for treatment plant expansion
· Setting a preliminary schedule and probably a final. Completion sometime in 2024
Fire Board – Commissioner Young noted that there was no September meeting held.
· October 20 tentative meeting – Budget questions, if any
Historical Commission – Commissioner Tindaro noted highlights from their September meeting.
· 4060 Edges Mill Road flex building – Issues with the sign lighting
· 5G and cell tower concern in the historic district
· Discussion on preserving historic buildings
· Partner with the Historical Society to redo the historic trolley tour ride, over the next couple years
· Spackman Farm
· 3 qualified bids received
· Working on an article on the barn roof replacement
· Discussion on marketing
· Well and smoke house walls may be shifting, and cracks are appearing
· House needs electrical lighting, and weather proofing
Commissioner Evans also noted highlights from their September meeting.
· Draw in potential investors for the Spackman Farm Barn – Possible events
· 3 sub-committees working independently
· Branding the Township as an historic destination
Commissioner Evans explained the discussion on a single day liability insurance add-on would be if
someone, such as someone from Valley Forge, wanted to visit the Spackman Barn to see what the Township is doing and see if it’s worth doing.
Lincoln Highway – Commissioner Young noted that he would like to spend more time discussing Lincoln Highway at their October meeting.
Commissioner Young noted that he contacted the Governor’s office about mowing the Kurt Strauss Bridge area, and it was mowed in two days. Commissioner Young also noted that he will contact the contact person for PennDot, and go over the plan for next year. Board consensus was to send the Governor’s office a “Thank You” letter.
Commissioner Tindaro asked if the Township has ever thought about putting a fence all around the dog park. Commissioner Young noted that it was in the original design however, all but what is developed is in a floodplain. Commissioner Young also noted that they put bushes in however, they do not grow and they rot and die. Ms. Denne noted that the Township will revisit this with the William Penn Foundation Grant to see the cost or to see if it would be cost prohibitive.
Tony DiSario of 251 Loomis Avenue asked if the new roof will save the Spackman Barn. He also commented on the rotting barn floor. Commissioner Evans noted that it will save the barn. Commissioner Mullin noted that there are only a few spots on the floor that need to be replaced. He also noted that the barn framing is exceptional.
Commissioner Mullin entertained a motion to adjourn the October 8, 2020 meeting at 9:09 PM. Moved by Commissioner Tindaro and seconded by Commissioner Evans. Vote passed 5-0.
Respectfully Submitted by,
Assistant Township Secretary