Updated: August 2016 Meeting Minutes
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A motion of the Borough Council regarding the minutes of the June 13, 2016 regular meeting as submitted.
A motion of the Borough Council regarding the minutes of the July 11, 2016 regular meeting as submitted.
SITE PLAN APPLICATION: HOLY CHILD PARISH 212 STATION STREET
A motion of the Borough Council regarding the site plan application submitted on behalf of the Holy Child Parish by the Hayes Design Group for the property located at 212 Station Street. The property is located in the R-2 Zoning District.
The plan proposes an addition to the existing school for a conversion of the building into a Parish Life Center. The purpose of the addition is to add an elevator and restrooms to the building to improve accessibility. The structure is currently non-conforming with the addition a continuation of the non-conformity. The plan has been reviewed and approved by engineer Sites and the Planning Commission and is now in order for the consideration of Council.
PROPOSED ORDINANCE NO. 991: MCLAUGHLIN RUN ROAD PARKING
A motion of the Borough Council authorizing Manager Collins to advertise Proposed Ordinance No. 991; an ordinance of the Bridgeville Borough amending the Borough of Bridgeville Code of Ordinances, Chapter 15, Motor Vehicles & Traffic; Part 4, General Parking Regulations, § 15-402, parking prohibited at all times in certain locations, specifically to prohibit parking in certain locations on McLaughlin Run Road.
CURRENT ESTIMATE NO. 2 AND FINAL- 2016 PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM CONTRACT A
A motion of the Borough Council regarding the remittal of Current Estimate No. 2 and Final–2016 Pavement Maintenance Program to Alex E. Paris in the amount of $7,006.14 for work completed to date.
Remarks: The estimate has been reviewed by engineer Sites.
RESOLUTION NO. 2016-06
A motion of the Borough Council regarding Resolution No. 2016-06 as per PennDOT requirements 1.10.14 Signs and Banners Across State Highways; a resolution designating the intention of South Fayette Township to place one (1) banner across State Route 50 to be installed August 9, 2016 and removed on August 29, 2016 for the South Fayette Township Community Day Celebration to be held Saturday August 27, 2016 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
WASHINGTON AVENUE SIDEWALK REPLACEMENT UNDER THE WHEELING & LAKE ERIE RAILROAD AND EXPANDED LIMITS
Bids were advertised and publicly opened on Thursday August 4, 2016 at 10 a.m. in the Council Chambers for the Washington Avenue Sidewalk Replacement under the Wheeling & Lake Erie Railroad Overpass & Expanded Limits with the following bid results:
|A. Merante Contracting||10%||$109,430.00|
|Michael Facchiano Contracting||10%||$144,525.00|
|East Coast Paving||10%||$462,770.11|
A motion of the Borough Council regarding the bids received for the Washington Avenue
Sidewalk Replacement under the Wheeling & Lake Erie Railroad and Expanded Limits.
PLANNING COMMISSION APPOINTMENT
Advertisements were placed on July 21 and July 28 requesting letters of interest from candidates wishing to fill the vacant seat on the Planning Commission with a term to the first Monday in January 2019. The following letters were received:
-Nino Petrocelli, Sr.
-Mary Weise (only if Nino Petrocelli, Sr. was unable to serve)
A motion of the Borough Council appointing ________ to the vacant seat of the Planning Commission with the term to the first Monday in January 2019.
A motion of the Borough Council regarding the August 2016 Bill List.
A motion of the Borough Council approving the payrolls of August 12, 19, 26 and September 2
and 9, 2016.
A motion to accept and pay any commissions due the July 2016 Real Estate Tax Collector Report.
A motion to accept the June 2016 Financial Report.
A motion to accept the July 2016 Police Report.
A motion to accept the July 2016 Zoning Report.
ADMINISTRATION, BRUCE GHELARDUCCI
FINANCE, JOSEPH VERDUCI
PARKS & RECREATION, JOSEPH COLOSIMO
PUBLIC WORKS/BUILDINGS, BRUCE GHELARDUCCI
PUBLIC SAFETY, WILLIAM HENDERSON
POLICE CHIEF. CHAD KING
LIBRARY DELEGATE, BECKY WISBON
Motion to adjourn.
Earlier that night, council held it’s usual 6:30 pm agenda meeting: