Board of Supervisors Budget Meeting, Friday, December 29, 2017

Board of Supervisors Budget Meeting, Friday, December 29, 2017

A budget meeting of the Sadsbury Township Board of Supervisors was conducted on Friday, December 29, 2017 commencing at 9:00 a.m.  Chairman, Mr. Hensel called the meeting to order. Present was Supervisor Mr. Reynolds and Township Solicitor, Mr. O’Keefe.  Several attempts were made to contact Mr. Taylor, by cell, land line and attempting to call the nurses station; but was not able to contact Mr. Taylor.

The moment of silence and Pledge of Allegiance was waived.

Mr. Hensel made a motion, seconded by Mr. Reynolds, to pay the December 2017 General Fund invoices in the amount of $60, 385.47.  With there being no questions, the Board voting “aye”, the motion passed.

Mr. Hensel made a motion, seconded by Mr. Reynolds, to pay the December 2017 sanitary sewer invoices in the amount of $13,564.40.  With there being no questions, the Board voting “aye”, the motion passed.

Mr. O’Keefe stated that Mr. Reynolds should not vote on the 2018 general fund budget, as there are items pertaining to funds for the fire companies.  As Mr. Reynolds is Assistant Chief of Sadsburyville Fire Company, it could create a conflict of interest.  Mr. Reynolds has signed an Abstention Memorandum as a reason for abstaining on this vote.

 

Mr. Hensel made a motion, seconded by Mr. Reynolds, to vote on the General  Fund budget at the Board of Supervisors meeting on January 2, 2018.  With there being no questions, the Board voting “aye”, the motion passed.

Mr. Hensel made a motion, seconded by Mr. Reynolds, to adopt the 2018 sanitary sewer budget.  With there being no questions, the Board voting “aye”, the motion passed.

Mr. Hensel made a motion, seconded by Mr. Reynolds, to close the books for the year 2017.  With there being no questions, the Board voting “aye”, the motion passed.

With there being no further business, Mr. Hensel made a motion, seconded by Mr. Reynolds to adjourn the meeting.  With there being no questions, the Board voting “aye”, the motion passed.

Respectfully Submitted,

Linda Shank,
Secretary