ROTE — The Lamar Township Board of Supervisors appoint municipal officers for the 2023 yr.
Lamar Township held its annual re-organizational assembly previous to their common supervisors’ assembly Tuesday night time. The municipal constructing was quiet through the assembly, missing the same old congestion of attending visitors.
The supervisors proceeded to nominate officers who can be representing the municipality.
Wade Vonada was re-nominated as chairperson of the township with Larry Rhine re-appointed as vice chairperson. Tracy Roberts was additionally retained as secretary and treasurer.
Together with Roberts, the township’s treasurer’s bond was saved at $150,000 for the yr.
Rhine was retained as emergency administration coordinator with supervisor Dan Chappell retained because the assistant. Vonada was saved as the general public works director.
The next township officers had been appointed to varied boards and positions:
— Steve Bason was appointed to the emptiness board.
— Jeff Kregar was appointed as sewage enforcement officer with Sean Kreger and Stan Wallace appointed as alternates.
— Esther Galentine was retained because the planning fee secretary.
— Greg Mayes’s time period expired on the sewer authority board and he was re-appointed for one more five-year time period.
All the township’s professionals had been retained for his or her positions together with John Slota as solicitor with Paul Ryan because the alternate; Randy Webster as engineer with Dennis Normand as alternate engineer. Frank Miceli and alternate, Stuart Corridor, had been additionally retained as solicitors for the zoning listening to board.
There was no change to the township’s assembly schedule. Common conferences will proceed to be the primary Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m., as voted on by the supervisors.
In different enterprise through the re-organizational assembly, supervisors voted to make use of the IRS’s normal mileage reimbursement fee for 2023. The speed can be 65.5 cents per mile.
In direction of the top of the assembly through the common supervisors’ assembly, Chappell mirrored on the township’s previous yr — its staff and its dedication to the neighborhood.
“It has been a fairly good yr for Lamar Township,” he mentioned. “I feel lots of stuff received achieved on the roads… I feel the highway crew did a superb job. All of them received some nicely deserved raises to assist with this inflation. I feel the three of us (supervisors) are working nicely collectively together with Tracy. I feel we’re doing the very best that we will, however we will definitely do higher.”