Salted with Sharks

Gilmore Township Meeting Report, March 2013

In Gov't Watch, Infrastructure and Planning, On and off the Apron, Open Season, Politics, Uncategorized on April 2, 2013 at 11:07 pm

By James Ward

March 12, 2013

ELBERTA LIBRARYPresent: Carl Noffsinger, Doug Holmes, Ron Beyette, Sharyn Bower, and Linda Manville. Guest: James Ward

The treasurer’s report and minutes were approved from the meeting in February 2013.

A motion was seconded to close the regular meeting and go into a public hearing on the new township budget for 2013–2014.

The new budget was approved and public hearing closed. The budget discussion included maintenance, spring cleanup, and fire protection concerns. A budget of $840,615 was approved. Copies of the Gilmore budget are available from township treasurer Laura Manville.

The clerk’s report followed up on the Axtell request concerning a possible tree removal at the Gilmore Township Cemetery. She said the Board of Review would meet this week. Bower said that repairs and maintenance had been completed on the tabulator.

Old business included further discussion of the request from the Township Assessor to collect allowed fees for late submissions of Property Transfer Affidavits and the responsibility of the Township Treasurer to collect those fees. The issue was tabled until further information is gathered concerning the Township enforcement responsibilities.

New Business noted scheduled Township Meetings for the year at the Library Building, 704 Frankfort Ave, Elberta for 2013/2014 (see dates below).

Motion to adjourn and approvedΨ

Gilmore meetings posting 2013-14

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