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Minutes for April 7, 2015

The regular monthly meeting of Yoe Borough Council was held on April 7, 2015 at the Yoe Borough Municipal Building, 150 N. Maple Street, Yoe, PA. The meeting was called to order at 7:02PM by Council President Sam Snyder followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.

Council members in attendance:
Sam Snyder
Seth Noll
Barry Myers
George Howett
Bill Bankoske
Regan Strausbaugh
Ryan Harper

Others in attendance:
John Sanford, Mayor
Steve Malesker, Engineer
Peter Haldermann, Sitting in for Solicitor Rausch
Andy Knaub, Dallastown Cougar Baseball
Jim Tyson, Borough Resident
Lester Mummert, Builder

Councilman Snyder asked if there were any additions or corrections to the minutes? A motion was made by Councilman Myers to accept the meeting minutes of March 3, 2015. The motion was seconded by Councilman Strausbaugh. All in favor. Councilman Snyder said minutes approved.

Adoption of Ordinance 2015-03
Councilman Snyder said Ordinance 2015-03 was advertised for adoption at 7PM. It is the ordinance laying out and opening Church Street extended. Attorney Halderman said everything was good to go, we notified the property owners and it was advertised for adoption. We got a notice from a management service out of Ohio, who is under contract with HUD, Housing and Urban Development. Apparently one of the properties was taken over by HUD as of March 7, 2015. We have to notify HUD that we are going open the street. So we have to hold off on adopting the ordinance, until we do that. If there is some way to get around the re-advertising I will check with Charlie. Councilman Snyder asked about the cost about contacting the new property owner. Attorney Halderman said that will be a quick letter. Councilman Snyder said I was asking if the property owner was on notice when they settled, that the new owner should be aware. He wants to run it passed Solicitor Rausch. You have to notify them 45 days prior to adoption. Councilman Noll asked that if they received notice, it should have transferred with the property? The one that has it now, should have notice. Councilman Myers asked so its going to be a HUD? Attorney Halderman said yes. The management company out of Ohio is going to manage the property. Councilman Myers said we should get on board with them, about the parking up there, with the trash truck. Does Dana inspect that as a rental? Councilman Snyder said eventually, they want us to notify them of outstanding invoices. If the owner of record does not live in the property, its deemed a rental property. Maybe they just bought the mortgage back, and took ownership. Councilman Noll said can you check on that, whether they can just determine a property. I thought we had to vote as council that it would come off the tax records. Councilman Snyder said we have to table ordinance 2015-03.

Andy Knaub of Dallastown Cougar Baseball sent an email that we would pay for half or the whole cost of the portable toilet rental. Councilman Snyder said I was to give Knaper’s contact information at 417-3366 and to contact Joyce. That the fee would be paid upfront to Knapers, from the stop and go time and the unit off the field on October 31, 2015. The money is non refundable. We don’t want the same thing to happen as last year. The certificate of insurance is needed. Once those items are complied with. We can conditionally approve it. Mr. Knaub said I will get with Knapers. A motion was made by Councilman Howett to let Dalllastown Cougar Baseball conditionally use the field. The motion was seconded by Councilman Harper. All in favor. Motion carried.

Jim Tyson, 320 S. Main Street, Yoe said the other year I received letter that I had an abandoned vehicle in my driveway. It was taken care of within four days. I did a little driving around. I ran across a vehicle that I’ve seen, its probably there for six months. I was wondering there was a case there. The address is 273 W. George Street. I didn’t see any inspection or emission stickers. Councilman Myers said it’s a commercial property. That’s the problem, its in a commercial district. You can do that, that’s the problem. Mr. Tyson said there is one at the rear of 71 S. Elm Street, boat and trailer. That is sank in the ground. To the rear of 69 W. Pennsylvania, looks like junk cars. The other night coming from George Street I looked across the creek, a truck with a blue tarp over it. Councilman Myers said she was waiting for that new ordinance. We had to change our ordinance, could take a car that doesn’t have license, in our old ordinance you could cover it and you couldn’t do anything about it. Mr. Tyson said at a salvage yard. The boat and trailer must have a tag and the trailer must be inspected. Councilman Myers asked can you see the tags? Mr. Tyson said no, its on the property. Councilman Snyder said that may be a problem. Mr. Tyson said there is a cover over it and it sunk into the ground. Councilman Snyder said we may be able to use our new ordinance. Councilman Noll said send them a letter and if we find out that they don’t comply, then do something. Mr. Tyson said its been there for three to four years and never moved. Councilman Myers said on W. Water Street there is a guy that has a junk car down there, by the time she has sent letters, the junk car is gone and there is another junk car there. The description doesn’t match the car. Mr. Tyson said the only way my place takes vehicles is with the title. We interpret the laws differently. Some places cut the roof. That makes it a non eligible vehicle. You are saying the first one that I brought up. Councilman Myers said that’s a commercial district down there. Councilman Snyder said they actually have a use on that property for auto repair. Mr. Tyson said okay. What about storage, its been sitting out there since last fall? Water runoff. Everybody is on this, its not far from the. Councilman Myers said I know what you are saying, but there’s nothing in our ordinance to cover that. Mr. Tyson said it’s a very tight area in their front yard. Councilman Noll said call DEP and report them. Councilman Myers said that is something you can do. Councilman Snyder said we will turn these over to the code officer, she’ll get at it. Mr. Tyson said my place needs some work, I had my father in law in the hospital again. Councilman Snyder said thanks for coming. Councilman Myers said he will pass that on to her and she wants to talk to the Council President.

Councilman Snyder said the next visitor, Mr. Mummert. Mr. Malesker said I have the storm water management plan here. So this is a proposed single home dwelling on 18 E. High Street. This is actually the second submission, the first submission actually had, was very similar but actually had more seepage pit than what was required. They designed it for a 100 year storm when it had to be designed for a two year storm. It was resubmitted and we reviewed it. I’ll go over, our last comment letter. This is the only one that I have. The driveway is coming around back. I’ll go over the final comments. Upon completion of construction, as built plans shall be provided to the borough and sealed by the property owner’s engineer. That can’t be done until after construction. I do have a few extra copies of the comment letter. Part 2, final approval, the property owner shall sign and record an operation and maintenance agreement covering all privately owned storm water facilities. The agreement provided by the applicant shall be executed and recorded. The applicant is required to pay a fee to the storm water maintenance fund to defray the cost of long term storm water management inspections. The amount to be paid has been determined to be $719.50. In accordance with the spreadsheet that we did, which was similar to the last time when we did a review. Based on these comments, we see no reason why this storm water management plan can not be approved as is provided that the operation and maintenance agreement is submitted and also the $719.50 is paid. Once all that is done, the building permit still can not be issued until these plans are recorded. Are there any questions? Concerns? With the agreement in check, I guess I think Sam can notarize, the borough can sign the agreement. Councilman Snyder said I can sign the agreement. I can’t notarize the agreement. You need to have it notarized. We have a borough seal back there. Mr. Malesker asked do you want Seth to sign so you can notarize? Councilman Snyder said I’ll sign it. Councilman Bankoske can sign as the acting secretary. I’ll get the seal. You have to sign it and get it notarized in front of a notary. You take that, along with this plan to the courthouse. Mr. Mummert said okay. Councilman Noll asked does the courthouse give us notification once it is recorded. Mr. Malesker said I don’t know if they send. They should give you a receipt. Provide the receipt then to the borough. Mr. Mummert presented his check for $719.50 to the borough. Councilman Myers made a motion to accept the Lester Mummert 18 E. High Street Storm Water Management plan with all considerations and conditions mentioned above. The motion was seconded by Councilman Noll. All in favor. Councilman Snyder said motion carried. Councilman Myers asked didn’t you have property down on Water Street at one time? Mr. Mummert said yes years ago. Councilman Noll said once you get everything recorded, bring the receipt back to Sandy. So she has record of it, and she can instruct Code Administrators to issue the permit. They can’t issue the permit until the plan is recorded. Mr. Mummert said I will bring it to Sandy. Then Norm from Codes will be notified to proceed. Councilman Snyder said one of the things, which we will be discussing later. Did you give a site plan to Norm? We have this copy here. This copy doesn’t have on, where your proposed driveway is, doesn’t have your setbacks and stuff like that? Mr. Mummert said I gave him a rough sketch drawing for that. Since he is the zoning officer, I gave him the set backs. Size of the lot. Councilman Snyder said that’s not on one of these? Mr. Mummert said no, that was actually a little drawing. Councilman Snyder said just to let you know, we have a street cut permit that you need to obtain when you want to hook up utilities. That doesn’t need to be done to get the building permit. What we are going to do, after this happened, we are going to get a check list together, and a time line of who does what first so that this type of thing doesn’t happen. Mr. Mummert said I didn’t know what the regulations were. The zoning part and building part. Storm water management plan. Councilman Snyder said that is where our notification is lax, one end doesn’t know what the other end has done and where it is in the whole process. We have a check off sheet, to put with our building applications, everyone has the same packet and I can’t do this yet, because its not checked off. I want to make sure you were put on notice, that there is going to be a street cut permit of $100.00. You have to check with the sewer authority. Mr. Malesker said you have to attach to the sewer and water. Mr. Mummert said there is water main that runs down the side. The house beside it, Bruce, there is water service for that property on side main. They are saying I might have to cut the street. I want to talk to them and clarify it again. I’m more concerned about a curb box up at the road. The water is on the side, I am hoping I won’t have to cut the street. The gas company will have to cut the street. It is a possibly that the water may need a street cut, I’ll work that out with Dallastown Yoe Water. Mr. Malesker said there is a water authority meeting tomorrow night. Councilman Snyder said this is why I was asking about a site plan, that is not part of this. One of the other questions is, which I thought would be addressed with Norm, our ordinance requires sidewalks and curbs. Should that have been addressed on there? Mr. Malesker said since there wasn’t, I guess would have been a zoning thing. Since its not a commercial property, they don’t have to show, you can’t make them do the improvements through the land development process, they don’t have to do a land development plan. Are there sidewalks adjacent to the property? Mr. Mummert said Bruce’s has a sidewalk and the one across the street. Mr. Malesker said I would think that would come from the zoning. Councilman Snyder said we aren’t seeing any of this. Councilman Noll said technically when a plan is submitted for your review, the way its suppose to work is, this is suppose to be 100% issued, we aren’t suppose to even accept the building permit per our ordinances until this has been recorded and then a copy of the recorded plan goes into the building permit to the zoning officer to be accepted at the same time. Technically he should have that plan. Mr. Malesker said your sketch plan that showed the set backs, would be the time for them to comment on the sidewalks. Councilman Snyder said there is none that is what I’m saying. Mr. Malesker said the sketch plan with the set backs, that’s what I mean. Councilman Noll said he has to re-review the building permit, we let him know to make those comments. Mr. Malesker said be prepared to put the sidewalks in. Mr. Mummert said I was planning on doing it, I did mention it to Norm. There is parcel of land between my property and Bruces with no sidewalks. Councilman Noll said its an un- opened alley. Councilman Myers said I knew it was on the back but there too. Mr. Mummert said I think its been turned back to the landowner, I don’t know what the agreement is. Mr. Mummert said okay.

Councilman Snyder said this is what we have an issue about, Norm had already issued the building permit and signed off on zoning. Now not that, everything has to come to this borough council, however I had a problem, they were able to get a zoning permit, this is our municipal copy from Norm. There is no site plan here, it doesn’t show where the driveway is in relationship. It doesn’t show how wide the driveway is, how narrow, that is part of zoning, it doesn’t show the grade. Mr. Malesker said that is generic claim to go with the house. Councilman Snyder said that is what he signed off for zoning. We have our buffering ordinance. Councilman Noll said Sam and I have to get together to write up a check list, when we had a problem with the Wood’s, before anyone can apply for a permit the way our ordinance is written not only have their land development done but have it recorded. Once we see receipt of the recording, at that point, you have the building permit set and your land development, or in this case E & S set, with that, for review for zoning and also for the building permit. Councilman Snyder said we need to meet with Norm, to find out what is he signing off that we aren’t doing there. If he signed off on this, this is hand drawn piece of paper. Councilman Noll said he could have definitely issued a building permit off of that. Councilman Snyder said but not on zoning. Mr. Malesker said you can’t accept a sketch plan, sketch plan can’t be acceptable in lieu of a land development plan for residential lot. He has to show the set backs, the driveway and where it sits. Councilman Snyder said I have problem even with this, because here is height, same problem we had with Todd Bowser, his height is based off of here, instead of the peak. We don’t know how high the building is, and is within our ordinance. Councilman Noll asked does our ordinance say from the peak of the house or does it say something else? Councilman Snyder said it use to say peak. Councilman Noll said I knew the old one said that, wasn’t sure about the new one. I would have to check. Councilman Snyder said it looks as the same way as Todd’s, it has two separate elevations going on there. You would have to go off of this side, instead of the short side. Councilman Noll said that is where we would have to check, because the building code looks at that that’s actually exposed, if it was less exposed. If more than 50% is exposed as it is there, it is considered a story. If less than 50% is exposed by grade, it is considered a basement. We have to check our definitions. Councilman Snyder said we need to get to Norm. Councilman Noll said I agree. Councilman Snyder said on that E & S plan, that driveways looks like its getting close to the property line. If he was talking about that water line going down there, our ordinance specifically says you can’t have a driveway within five or eight feet from the building. Councilman Noll said we have to be careful there too because there those are, correct if I’m wrong Steve, do we call them land development ordinances or municipal ordinances. If its land development, then a land development plan needs done. Gray area there. Mr.Malesker said I guess its, you use York County Planning’s land development. Since this was just residential, that didn’t kick in. To me its more a zoning. Maybe you want use to do a zoning review, before Norm. Have us look at the zoning ordinance and give comment on any plan. You pass that expense on to. It would have been nice to see that plans. We can only comment unless we see the plans. Councilman Snyder said the only reason it has come to my attention now, because this happened and now I’m seeing, this was the whole file turned over to us. That’s not complete, how is a zoning permit based on this. I have a problem he issued a zoning permit on this. Councilman Noll said you are absolutely correct, we have to meet with him, and go over the zoning ordinance and make sure we aren’t interpreting something wrong also. If we are, we know we have some holes. The rest of the issue of the sidewalks. Councilman Noll said we have to be clear, if they turn the building permit to Sandy or went directly to Norm. We have to define who it goes in the process. Councilman Snyder said if he submitted an hand drawn copy, its not part of our file here. He issued the zoning permit with no comment. We don’t know how he came up with. He subsequently revoked both permits. He sent him a registered letter and said it was issued in error. We are back to square one. We need to figure out what we need to correct this. Councilman Noll said we need to meet with Norm. Email me some times to set up a meeting with Norm. Councilman Howett said the curb that is there is only this wide. Councilman Snyder said the sidewalk/curb goes to our engineer. Mr. Malesker said there has to be a bond break between the curb and sidewalk. Councilman Snyder said I will email you some dates to set up the meeting.

Solicitor’s Report
Attorney Halderman said nothing more than what we already discussed.

Councilman Snyder said we have resolution 2015-03. On an annual basis for the past five years, the Yoe Fire Co. hold an event up at the park. They have alcohol provided up there. They want to make sure that things are done legally and on board and they go the next step and they request a temporary license from the liquor control board to have alcohol up there. To obtain that temporary license, to allow alcohol up there. On an annual basis we have to pass the resolution for the temporary liquor license. A motion was made to resolve Resolution 2015-03 by Councilman Howett. The motion was seconded by Councilman Harper. In favor: Councilman Snyder, Councilman Bankoske, Councilman Strausbaugh.Abstaining: Councilman Myers, Councilman Noll. Councilman Snyder said let it be noted with the two abstaintions the motion still passes.

Councilman Snyder said we did receive our annual audit from SEK & Co. along with the audit findings and their interpretations. Everything came back good. Except for a couple of journal adjustments. A copy was given the borough’s solicitor’s office.

Councilman Snyder said a copy of the updated codification was given to the law office along one for the law library.

Councilman Snyder said get back to us on the ordinance and if we need to notify the other owners.

Councilman Snyder said this a reminder to remind Charlie that our garbage contract is ending in December. To get it ready to advertise for bids for June. This is done every three years. When we did it with Nicole, I was hoping Charlie would be here tonight. In that transition, Charlie had to work up the scope of work. He worked up the bid specs. He has an understanding of our contract. Probably advertise it in June, for bids to come in.

Engineer’s Report
Mr. Malesker said the first thing is the joint survey with York Township and Dallastown. We added the table at the bottom showing GPS coordinates at the bottom for the corners. Discussion continued. Mr. Malesker said there is a difference between what they used many years ago a compass and the current coordinate system. Councilman Snyder said I wanted to get it on record that there were discrepancies between the older map and the new map. Mr. Malesker said we haven’t done a complete perimeter survey. Councilman Snyder said Gary recommended a joint resolution with all the municipalties. Mr. Malesker said he mentioned it when I was there. I can reply to his email and ask where he goes from there. Councilman Noll made a motion to accept the map of Yoe as presented by C. S. Davidson, in joint with York Township and Dallastown and look for a resolution presented by York Township that have all parties to agree to the presentation by C. S. Davidson of the map for the municipal lines. The motion was seconded by Councilman Howett. All in favor. Mr. Malesker said he will shoot an email to Mr. Milbrand. If the resolution is approved we can add it to the map. Councilman Noll said one of the things that is important for MS 4, we need to put all our assets on the map, storm water system, anything owned by the municipality and the structures. Writing operations and maintenance manual based on all the assests. This is an important step. A price for next month to finish up what we need for our MS 4 map.

Mr. Malesker said I worked with Barry on doing the York County Conservation District grant application. We met at the basin property with Gary Peacock. They give you money for doing certain things that qualifies as a BMP on the NRCS. We then met with Jake, Jake was the one that had submitted for the proposed plan. He submitted it. Gary seem to think, depending on the other applications, it would be good to submit. Mr. Malesker said there is some match. The match would go for the engineering for the permit and the stuff you have to do through York Township. Councilman Myers said we didn’t do behind the fire company because Gary didn’t feel comfortable with both of them. We just did up at the bridge. Mr. Malesker said that one would score higher points. There is another round of applications in October. Discussion continued. Mr. Malesker said the swale out on Water Street could be an option for another application. Gary mentioned the dirt and gravel grant, would pay more. Councilman Myers said Gary would work with us, for behind the fire company. He mentioned the alley behind the fire company. We will get with him again. Discussion continued.

Mr. Malesker said Dana had called to say that utilities are located. We just go those on there. There is no sewer line there. Our restrooms are on on lot septic. Councilman Snyder said there has to be issues up there. According to the sewer authority, they could see the lateral but the lateral is capped. Discussion continued. The map shows utilities.

Mr. Malesker said we got a letter on the dam inspection report. DEP agreed with everything that we were recommending. Councilman Snyder said it was noted maintenance, vegetation and debris removal, patching and sealing. Mr. Malesker said the biggest thing was the erosion coming down from Dallastown.

Mr. Malesker said we have save the date for a sky box for Tuesday June 16 for the York Revolution. We’ll send out the invites within the next month or so.

Councilman Noll said we met with Derek, Steve, Sam and myself to look at our MS 4. For the size borough that we are, we are in very good shape. The biggest thing is six BMP’s that we have to do as part of the MS 4 permit. We are suppose to be doing more community outreach. It is not handing out pamphlets anymore, they want us to do something. A thought, if we put out posters or do something with the fire company, maybe up at the park. We have to basically outline what we do for every operation, snow plowing, filling up our vehicles. We have to write manuals for all this stuff. I plan on plowing through this over the next three months. Our goal is to get them written this year and implemented next year. The worse thing, the next big MS 4 cycle in 2017, right now I went to a conference. We probably wind up, budgeting, looking at some requirements for silt and phosphorus that comes out of the borough. We have to come up with a program, we are forced to do project to reduce. They are looking at land use and assign values. There is no basis to it. We have a loading for the municipality. We do these projects to assign values. 2018, Chesapeake Model, we are not going to meet our goals. How much money its going to cost, big dollars to reduce pollutants. The bay model is messed up the way the state is doing it. All this stuff being done on computer models. Computer models aren’t good actual field testing. And we’re be required, or the state is going to have to in 2017, the actual field testing to set those goals. We will keep you informed. We are going to do a MS 4 update each month in the minutes. Have it recorded in the minutes. We have to have it documented. Every municipality will be audited in the next three to four years. The reason for that, the national EPA sued the department and won. DEP of PA has to go around and audit each municipality for MS4 at least one time. DEP looks at our records and it’s a friendly audit. They won’t assess fines. The problem is the people that they have inspected are just trained, have not gone through EPA audit. In a true EPA, if we will pass anything, if anything they tell us is definable. York Township was just audited. The inspector came out, she wasn’t part of this PA DEP’s part of this. The state is only trying to check a box because they were sued. Be prepared. I wish our county conservation and county planning would be doing a better job of educating the residents of York County. Councilman Snyder said we are putting it on our agenda, like this on our minutes. Start getting the word out. One of the things, when you look down and went to class, most are from Seth and a few from Barry. He said they don’t know, only one person be okay, or should everyone from council be going to the classes. I said Seth and Barry do a good job of coming back and informing council of what is being done. That is the type of stuff we need to document. We are going to start documenting on our minutes. You are educating us on what you learn. That is how this goes. Councilman Noll said if we have nothing to say this month. Councilman Myers asked about contractors doing work for us? How do we educate them? Councilman Noll said we will have to have standards in our operations manual. They will have to make sure nothing gets into the storm sewer.

Maintenance Report
Councilman Snyder asked if everyone had an opportunity to look over the report. The report speaks for itself and will be part of the record.

Councilman Harper said the stop sign at Newton and Main is laying down.

Zoning Officer’s Report
Councilman Noll said some snow removal items are listed. Items for Code Administrators is also in the folder. A zoning permit that we didn’t know that about. I’ll pass this around. One existing violation for 262 W. George Street. February and March are in the folder. Pass Mr. Tyson’s items to Patti. The district justice said Patti is the only one that filed for snow removal.

Emergency Management Report
Mayor Sanford said Rodney Smith and I are attending the quarterly meeting on damage assessment.

Mayor’s Report
Mayor Sanford said you have my report in front of you.

Mayor Sanford said Officer Sam Myles has resigned with the force he took a position with York County Adult Probation.

Mayor Sanford said I have had conversation with different people both borough level and citizens, regarding PSP coverage in Red Lion. Everyone seems happy with it. If they get called someone is getting cited.

Mayor Sanford said we have a pretty high balance on hours. I will be using some of those for details within the borough.

Secretary’s Report
Councilman Snyder said everyone received the updates on the borough books. The instructions are self explanatory.

Councilman Snyder said the 2014 audit has been distributed.

Councilman Snyder said we received notification for recycling for 2012 for $527.00 and for 2013 for $662.00.

Councilman Snyder said we received thank yous from the Senior Center and the library.

Councilman Snyder said everyone should have received the bank statements for the first quarter of 2015. It is our duty as council members to look over the statements and bring any problems to our attention.

Unfinished Business
There was no unfinished business.

New Business
Councilman Noll said I wanted to double check, its $1300.00. York Township was shown delinquent on their state ethics. There are boxes for all sources of income. They never put down York Township as a source of income. Several of their staff had to put that in. I never put that in. It says who is your employer, anyone paid by the borough that makes $1300.00 or more. The mayor here. Even Elizabeth even got caught on it. It was half their staff and all their commissioners. On the ethics statement its your household income. You have to put down your spouses sources of income. If you ever get audited. Mayor Sanford said any source of income. Councilman Noll said the state ethics board did the audit. Said when you run for office, you may have to fill out two separate forms. One that you hold the position and that you are seeking. I would like to get some guidance on these forms. Councilman Snyder said if you have specific questions you can write the ethics board itself. Councilman Noll said the ethics form has to be here and one with the elections board. I just brought it up since York Township was audited.

Councilman Noll said in regards to PA Act 152, the new child abuse law. If one of us would be working with the boy scouts on a project, we would have to fill out a form. They are also saying they are having their maintenance people, anyone who mows a park or is anywhere at a place where kids can be. There is a good possibility that Dana may need to fill out a form. This came out of several municipalities, their solicitors came to an understanding, if you have any exposure to children at any point, you are at the park doing maintenance, you represent the borough working with anyone under the age of 18 for a boy scout project. I have to do it for where I go to church, I work with children under the age of 18. Councilman Myers said we asked that question, our legal attorney said for Nixon where schools would come but the others are okay. Councilman Noll said no one understands this law. Councilman Myers said the legal attorney said until this act is challenged you don’t know which way this is going to go. Councilman Noll said you need original issues of the paperwork. It keeps changing.

Mayor Sanford said I received this invitation. The York County Community Foundation what do they do? Councilman Noll said its group that takes monies from donors, the administer grants, foundation. They get together what mandated programs that they want to fund. Kind of like the United Way. Nothing that would benefit us. The York County Community Foundation, they do have some grant opportunities that we could qualify for. I had forgotten about that. Mayor Sanford said I can attend.

Payment of Bills
Councilman Snyder asked if everyone had an opportunity to look over the bills? A motion was made by Councilman Myers to pay the bills as listed. The motion was seconded by Councilman Noll. All in favor. Councilman Snyder said motion carried.

A motion was made by Councilman Bankoske to adjourn the meeting at 9:20PM. The motion was seconded by Councilman Harper. All in favor.

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