- Last Updated on Sunday, 31 May 2015 19:23
By Colette Dell
The South Park Board of Supervisors held their monthly meeting on May 11, at 7 p.m.
|EMS workers came forward as supervisor Ed Snee gave a speech and encouraged people of the township to observe EMS week.|
The meeting began with supervisor Ed Snee declaring May 17 - 23 as EMS Week. A group of EMS workers came forward as Snee gave a speech and encouraged people of the township to observe EMS week.
"The South Park Township Board of Supervisors encourages the community to observe this week with the appropriate programs, ceremonies and activities," Snee said.
Further steps are being taken in the process of getting the house at 1797 Cedaridge Dr., demolished. The owner will be required to appear at the August 10 board meeting and will need to provide oral comment and written documentation as to the status of ownership and abatement of said public nuisance.
The action on the payment request for the Grove Rd. storm sewer phase 2 project will cost a total of $61,830, and the 2015 Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation project will cost $43,386.34.
Several part-time employees have been hired by the township for the 2015 Summer Recreational Program.
The courtyard at the South Park Municipal Complex will be undergoing re-design, at a cost of $4,360.
A public hearing, concerning the amendment of ordinance governing oil and gas activities, was to be held on June 8, but has been rescheduled for July 13, at 6:45 p.m.
The township of South Park has worked with Jefferson Hills to get grant money for the bridge that needs repairs on McEllheny Rd. and has been successful.