Boro approves several motions|
Saturday, August 18, 2012
By Jeff Corcino Staff Writer
The Clearfield Borough Council approved the following motions at its meeting Thursday night:
• The Clearfield Revitalization Corporation's request for street closures starting the evening of Oct. 12 to Oct. 13. The streets to be closed are as follows, Market Street from Second Street to Temple Avenue; Third Street from Cherry to Pine streets; Locust Street from Second to Fourth streets.
• place "no parking signs" on both sides of East Locust Street between the steepest part of the road on Fifth Street and Cemetery Road.
• hire Dean Mignot as a part-time meter attendant at a rate of pay of $8.75 per hour.
• close East Pine Street from Third Street to the alley along the St. John Lutheran Church for a block party on Sept. 9 from noon-8 p.m.
• send Chief Vincent McGinnis and Shawn Fye of the police department for Taxer re-certification at a cost of $350.
• advertise the sale of the borough's two H&K G36 223 caliber rifles.
The purchaser is required to have met federal licensing requirements because they are considered to be automatic rifles.
• award the bid for the paving of Dorey Street to New Enterprise Stone and Lime of New Enterprise for $78,950.
• approve Veolia as the borough's garbage carriers at a monthly rate of $405 per month.
• purchase heating fuel from Satterlee Oil at a fixed price of $3.28 per gallon.
• have Payonk Tree Service to remove four trees located on borough property at a cost of $700.
• advertise for flag football participants.
• approve the revisions to the county's waste management plan.
• approve the LERTA Local Economic Revitalization Tax Assistance application on the Grive Property at 216 N. Third St.
• sell the borough's 2004 Crown Victoria to Tammy McBride for $800.
• approve the resolution to continue the DUI Task Force.
With school starting soon Mayor Jim Schell asked all motorists to take care and drive slowly. He also thanked all the participants in upcoming PBS television series "Our Town" on Clearfield.
With the controversy concerning the new polo shirts for the police department, McGinnis withdrew his request to allow officers to wear shorts in the summer if they so wished.