Electronic recycling at Eldred Twp. only has two more weeks
Eldred Township supervisors approved the 2014 Municipal Minimum Obligation, based on an estimate of the township's employees' salaries for 2014 which is $4,201.
According to a report from township zoning officer Ellerslie Helm:
• there were seven building permits issued
• three zoning inquiries
• 15 site surveys
• two barking dog complaints. Helm said that he had place several calls to the dog warden, but to date he has not returned his calls. Helm said he was going to send letters to the owners of the dogs.
• he received notice that several cars are parked in the circle at Skyline Drive
• two areas at Kingswood Lake has had garbage dumped. Township solicitor Mike Kaspszyk said that the property's owner should go through the garbage to see if he could get a name and then contact the state police.
Eldred's roadmaster, Keith Kuehner, said that the road crew is replacing street signs, trimming and maintaining pipes.
The township will be accepting electronic recycling (anything that plugs in) only for the next two weeks between the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday-Friday.
Supervisor/secretary Sharon Solt wanted to remind everyone about the Chestnuthill Township 250th Anniversary celebration on Saturday, Sept. 7. The parade begins at 10 a.m. at the West End Fairgrounds to be followed by food, games and entertainment at the fairgrounds immediately after until 6 p.m.