Municipal Meetings

Shade Tree

Event Details: 

About the October 23rd Meeting:

The Shade Tree Commission will conduct their annual tree trimming in the Village of Linglestown. 
There will be no meeting at the Township building, instead the meeting will begin at 4:00 pm at the Linglestown Fire Department's parking lot near Avis Lane.
Those interested in participating please email

with your interest, so the group can anticipate the number of people to expect. 

Zoning Hearing

Event Details: 

Zoning Hearing Board
October 25, 2018
7 pm

 

APPEAL 18-01 (Continued from 9/27/18)
Murphy Family Properties, LLC
Tax Parcel #35-009-187, Southwest Corner of Colonial Rd and Linglestown Rd.
An appeal of the determination of the Zoning Officer that the appellant’s retail tire business is not a permitted use in the CN, Commercial Neighborhood Zoning District.  The applicant proposes to operate a retail tire sales and installation business.  Alternatively, the applicant seeks a use variance for the property for use as a retail tire store.  The applicant may also seek a variance for parking regulations.

SPECIAL EXCEPTION 18-07
William Yarnell
4713 Queen Street
306.B.2, Permitted Uses, for a Special Exception to convert the existing building located at 4713 Queen Street into a building with an increased number of dwelling units.

Budget Meeting

Supervisor

Event Details: 

LOWER PAXTON TOWNSHIP
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2018 – 7:00 P.M. – 425 PRINCE STREET

Prior to this meeting the Board received information from the Township Manager, which included the scheduling of events and meetings. 

ORDER OF BUSINESS

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES – 5/8/18

4. PUBLIC COMMENT

5. CHAIRMAN & BOARD MEMBER’S COMMENTS

6. MANAGER’S REPORT

7. OLD BUSINESS

     A. Action to appoint Bradley Gotshall as Township Manager – Chairman Henry

     B. Presentation by representatives from PennDOT regarding improvements under design for the intersection of Nyes Road and Devonshire Heights Road (Plan)  – Mr. Wolfe

     C. Resolution 18-51; authorizing the submission of a Traffic Signal Permit Application to PennDOT for the intersection of Nyes and Devonshire Heights Roads (Pedestrian Checklist / Construction Plan / Permit Plan / Signal Clearances)– Mr. Wolfe

     D. Resolution 18-49; amending the Articles of Incorporation of the Lower Paxton Township Authority to stormwater as a purpos (Articles of Amendment) – Mr. Wolfe

8. NEW BUSINESS

    A. Resolution 18-48; authorizing submission of an application to PENNVEST requesting funds for improvements to sanitary sewer conveyance systems – Mr. Weaver

    B. Subdivision and Land Development:
         • Resolution 18-50; accepting the dedication of streets in Tuscan Villas
         • Resolution 18-52; accepting portions of Union Tunnel Drive
         • Preliminary/Final Land Development Plan for Dental Office Expansion for SJ Grater LLC at 4129 Locust Lane (Plan # 18-23)   
         • Preliminary/Final Land Development Plan for Meadowview Village at 4801 Union Deposit Road (Plan #18-27)
       
         • Improvement Guarantees, Development Agreements, Plan Reaffirmations, etc.

    C. Payment of Bills - Lower Paxton Township & Lower Paxton Township Authority

9.   ANNOUNCEMENTS
      
10. ADJOURN

NEXT MEETING (Budget Workshop) TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2018; 5:30 P.M.

NEXT MEETING (Business Meeting) WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2018; 7:00 P.M.

Public meetings of the Board of Supervisors may be recorded for audio and/or video purposes.

Supervisor

Event Details: 

LOWER PAXTON TOWNSHIP
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2018 -7:00 PM, 425 PRINCE STREET

WORKSHOP SESSION

Prior to this meeting the Board received information from the Township Manager. The Board also met in executive session on employee personnel matters.

ORDER OF BUSINESS

1. CALL TO ORDER -Chairman Henry

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE -Ms. Lindsey

3. PUBLIC COMMENT

4. Discussion with the Friendship Center Operating Board regarding the update of its Capital Replacement Plan (2019 budget) (Resolution 12 -11) -Jack Dougherty

5. Discussion with the Historical Commission on a map of historic structures and places and its inclusion in Section 316 of the Zoning Ordinance (Historical Locations)  -Joe Murphy

6. Discussion with representatives of Koons Pool regarding their request for financial assistance for extraordinary repairs (financials) -George Kunkle

7. Continued discussion regarding the development of stormwater fee -Mr. Wolfe
     • The Stormwater Group Meeting Summary
     • The draft Resolutions authorizing the amendment of the LPTA Articles of Incorporation
     • A draft instrument transferring ownership of the LPT stormwater system to the LPTA (Quit Claim Deed)
     • The draft Management Agreement between LPT and LPTA for the operation of the stormwater system
     • The draft 2019 LPTA stormwater budget

8. Review of the 2019 General Improvement Fund Budget -Mr. Wolfe

9. Review of a draft ordinance on the use of fireworks in the Township -Mr. Stine

10. Review of a draft ordinance prohibiting the feeding of wild animals -Mr. Stine

11. "Otta Know" -amendment of the PA UCC, effective 10/1/18 and PA House Bill 2564 regarding wireless facilities -Mr. Wolfe

12. Improvement Guarantees, Development Agreements, Plan Reaffirmations, etc.

13. ADJOURN

NEXT BOARD MEETING (Business Meeting); TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2018; 7:00 P.M.

Be advised that public meetings of the Board of Supervisors may be recorded for audio and/or video purposes.

Stormwater Fee - Public Meeting

Event Details: 

Lower Paxton Township invites the community to a
Public Stormwater Fee Meeting.

There will be two public meetings.  The meetings will take place at the Municipal Center.

October 29 at 7 pm & October 30 at 7 pm

Vacancies on Boards & Commissions

Event Details: 

Lower Paxton Township has vacancies on boards and commissions. Residents who are interested
in volunteering can send an application to the Municipal Center, attention to the Board of
Supervisors. The application for appointment forms are available on the Township website,
lowerpaxton-pa.gov under Resource Page, Forms and Applications, or you can call 657-5600,
and an application will be emailed or mailed to you.

Supervisor

Event Details: 

LOWER PAXTON TOWNSHIP
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2018 – 7:00 P.M. – 425 PRINCE STREET

Prior to this meeting the Board received information from the Township Manager, which included the scheduling of events and meetings.  Prior to this meeting the Board met in executive session on a personnel matter. 

ORDER OF BUSINESS

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES – 5/1/18

4. PUBLIC COMMENT

5. CHAIRMAN & BOARD MEMBER’S COMMENTS

6. MANAGER’S REPORT

7. OLD BUSINESS

     A. Action on bids for concrete curb and sidewalk replacement in the BC-5B mini-basin – Mr. Wolfe

8. NEW BUSINESS

     A. Action on the renewal of a lease with Drayer Physical Therapy, LLC, for the Friendship Center west annex – Mr. Wolfe

     B. Subdivision and Land Development
         • Improvement Guarantees, Development Agreements, Plan Reaffirmations, etc.

     C. Payment of Bills - Lower Paxton Township & Lower Paxton Township Authority

9.      ANNOUNCEMENTS
      
10. ADJOURN

NEXT MEETING (Workshop Meeting) TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2018; 7:00 P.M.

Public meetings of the Board of Supervisors may be recorded for audio and/or video purposes.

Planning Commission

Event Details: 

LOWER PAXTON TOWNSHIP

PLANNING COMMISSION

October 3, 2018

Meeting Agenda

I. Call to Order

II. Pledge of Allegiance

III. Approval of Minutes

     a. September 18’ Planning Commission Minutes

IV. New Business

     a. Final Subdivision Plan for Shadebrook Phase III (Fairmont Drive)

     b. Preliminary/Final Land Development Plan for Meadowview Village (4801    Union Deposit Road)

V. Public Comment

VI. Commissioners Comment

VII. Next Regular Meeting: November 7, 2018

VIII. Adjournment

Sewer Authority

Event Details: 

LOWER PAXTON TOWNSHIP AUTHORITY
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2018 – 5:30 P.M.
ORDER OF BUSINESS

1. CALL TO ORDER – Chairman Blain

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE – Mr. Eby

3. PUBLIC COMMENT

4. BOARD MEMBERS’ COMMENTS

5. OLD BUSINESS

     - Review of the revised 2019 Authority Budget and Sewer Rate Increase Alternatives (Narrative / Budget Worksheet)  (Rate Alternatives CurrentCost Comparison Summary) (Presentation - pdf version - Susquehanna Group Advisors) – Mr. Weaver

6. NEW BUSINESS

     - Resolution 18-5 Authorizing an amendment to the Articles of Incorporation changing powers and adding in stormwater – Mr. Weaver

     - Review of the Draft Storm Water Fund Budget and discussion of administrative steps to implement storm water operations beginning January 2019 (Quit Claim Deed / Group Meeting Summary / Management Agreement)

     - Discussion with Triple Crown Corporation regarding the dedication of sanitary sewer extensions within the Stray Winds Farm Development (Utility Conflicts Memo / Conflict Details GIS / Memo / Conflicts GIS) – Mr. Weaver

     - Action on the Master Lease Purchase Agreement with ROC Leasing for the Takechi Track Loader – Mr. Weaver

7. ADJORN

NEXT MEETING – November 27, 2018

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