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Reports presented, motions approved, concerned citizen heard

 

by John Vogt - February 12, 2019

The monthly Borough Council Meeting was held on On Monday, February 11th at the Borough Office building. During the meeting, Borough Council members listened to many reports and approved several motions.

During the Public Comments section of the meeting concerned citizen, Betty Ann Stevens addressed Council members on a messy and sensitive subject. Some of our Wellsboro Citizens are neglecting to pick up after their dog. Please take a moment to watch this broadcast for her comments and possible solutions presented by the Borough Council.

We want to extend a gentle reminder to all of our viewers with four-legged friends. Please be kind to other citizens and those visiting our community by cleaning up after your dog. Tourism is vital to our region. Working together to keep our town neat and clean benefits us all. So, don’t forget your scooper and plastic bag when walking your dog.

Borough Council Meetings are opened to the public and held on the second Monday of every month beginning at 6:00 PM unless otherwise stated. Thanks for joining us today on Wellsboro Home Page.

Please see the Council Meeting agenda below:
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Wellsboro Borough Council
Meeting Agenda
February 11, 2019
6 PM

Call Meeting to Order

Pledge of Allegiance

Minutes of the January 14, 2019, Council Meeting

Public Comments on Agenda Items

OLD BUSINESS

NEW BUSINESS

HARB:
The following were recommended for approval by HARB:
1. Request by the Robinsons for signage and roof and gutter replacement at 28/30 Central Avenue (Emerge Healing Arts and Spa).
2. Request by Lenora Krout for window signage at 5 East Avenue (Krout’s Creations).

Committee Reports:

General Government, Administration, Buildings, Personnel

Motion to ratify and approve accounts payable for all accounts.

Motion to approve the Treasurers Report for December, 2018.

Motion to approve the Montessori Children’s Center Subdivision. The 0.073-Acre subdivided parcel will be conveyed to the adjacent Shaw parcel.

The Zoning Hearing Board will meet on February 20th, 2019, at 5 pm to hear the request of a Variance to the Zoning Ordinance by Dollar General for the property at 120 East Avenue. The requested variance is for the reduction of required parking spots.

Motion to authorize Borough Manager to sell 2016 Durango once the Police Department receives the new vehicle.

Motion to adopt Ordinance #691, which updates the Fireworks, Parking, Water and Actuarial Equivalent Sections of the current Ordinances.

Safety, Police, Fire, Protective Inspections, Codes, EMA

Mayor’s Report
Motion to authorize Police Chief Jim Bodine to teach up to 10 days per year at the Municipal Police Academy at Mansfield University.

Police Report

Public Works, Solid Waste, Highways, Parking, Water, Sewer

Motion to enact the Ordinance #690 as prepared by Bond Counsel for the issuance of the General Obligation Note, Series of 2019.

Parks & Recreation, Trees, Beautification, Senior Center

Motion to authorize Park and Recreation Director to apply for TreeVitalize Grant to complete Tree Inventory within the Borough.

The reduced Membership family rate of $99 for the Packer Park Pool will be offered in 2019. The rate of $99 is available for the month of April.

Motion to approve YSM Landscape Architects for Final Design, Project Management and Grant Management for the Woodland Park, Phase I project.

Motion to approve request from Tioga County Special Olympics to hold a 5K race on April 6, 2019. The fundraising event for Special Olympics begins and ends at Packer Park.
Employee Benefits, Negotiations, Insurance, Safety, Training
Motion to ratify hiring of Paul A. Patt to the position of Laborer within the Water/Sewer Department, effective January 28th, 2019.
Other Business

Public Comments

Adjourn

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Minutes by the Borough Council

Credits:

Idea/Concept: John Vogt

Videography: Tim Crane

Video Editing: Tim Crane

Writing: John Vogt

Anchor: Johanna Vogt

 

Produced by Vogt Media

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