LAKE TWP. During the regular meeting on May 22, the Lake Township Trustees awarded the 2017 paving program to Central Allied for $1.047 million.
Central Allied was the lowest of three bids for the 16 miles of road paving.
“This is the most road the township has paved in one year by at least two miles,” said Trustee John Arnold. “The cost of pavement is down this year so we decided to pave more road than in past years.”
- Authorized paying bills as of May 22, in the amount of $45,295.
- Authorized the sale of a 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser for $225 and a 2003 Chevy Monte Carlo for $200 to Greentown Auto Parts.
- Returned from first executive session to approve moving Uniontown auxiliary patrol officer Brian Duman from part-time to full-time patrol officer effective June 1 at $20.23 an hour. Duman has been with the department since September of 2014.
- Went into a second executive session to consider the sale of property with no action taken.
- Approved the purchase of 20 magnetic chest mounting brackets from WatchGuard for use with the new body cameras in the Uniontown Police Department.
- Recognized four local veterans for Memorial Day including Adam Doane, William Overlow, Dr. Robert Naugle and Gerald Tawney.
- Authorized the repair of the Ford mowing tractor for $7,646 with Akron Tractor & Equipment, Inc.
- Waived the zoning permit fee for the Lake Township Historical Society for an accessory building at the Lake Township Historical Society Museum.
UP NEXT: The next Board meeting is 6:30 p.m. June 12 at the Township Hall.