CASTLE SHANNON BOROUGH
Bid Openings: Mr. Hartswick presented the bids for the 2003 Road Improvement Program-Liquid Fuels. Mr. Cheberenchick motioned to award the bid to the lowest bidder - Russell Standard Corporation with a base bid of $105,794.00; Ms. O'Malley seconded; all in favor; motion carried.
Public Hearings: Mr. Hartswick reported a public hearing on the Route 88 Widening Project will be held at Castle Shannon Memorial Fire Hall on April 30th from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Civil Service Commission: Nothing to report.
Real Estate Tax Collectors Report: Ms. Torris reported collections of $831,434.69 for March. An additional $314,000 was collected in April.
Council Committee Reports:
Building and Grounds: Ms. Kovach presented proposals for the new entrance and concession window for CSYA access to the Municipal Center. All proposals were estimated higher than expected. Ms. Kovach recommended the youth association be contacted regarding cost sharing of the project. Mr. Hartswick discussed possible construction revisions to reduce the cost. Lowest proposal was from Kelly's Custom Building for $9,200. Ms. Kovach motioned to donate $5,000 for the project and consult with the youth association to provide the balance; Mr. Cheberenchick seconded; all in favor; motion carried.
Finance: Mr. Cheberenchick motioned to ratify the Treasurer's Report for March subject to final review; Ms. Kovach seconded; all in favor; motion carried.
Library: Ms. O'Malley announced Family Movie Night on April 30th at 7:00 p.m. Disney's Treasure Planet will be featured.
Planning and Codes: Nothing to report.
Public Safety: Mr. Carlucci presented the Fine & Fees Report: District Court Fines-$3,126.98; Parking Citations-$580.00; Report Fees-$45.00; Meter Fines-$240.00; Alarm Fines Received-$100.00; Alarms Billed-$200.00; Ambulance calls-61.
Public Works: Nothing to report.
Editorial Board: Mr. Zezulewicz announced that the deadline for articles is today.
MRTSA: Mr. Cheberenchick stated MRTSA will be purchasing equipment, and a donation request will be forthcoming.
Police Pension: Nothing to report.Earned Income Tax Collector's Report: March Distribution Analysis: EIT - $47,912.13; OPT - $332.90.
Engineer Report: Mr. Hartswick discussed the difficulties with the Shady Run sanitary sewer line. Mr. Cheberenchick and Mayor Baumgarten discussed the depth of the manholes and locations. Ms. Kovach motioned to approve a service order authorization for the borough engineers to provide drawings and bid specifications for replacement of a portion of the sanitary sewer line on Shady Run; Mr. Cheberenchick seconded; all in favor; motion carried.
Manager's Report: Mr. Hartswick presented a request from Keystone Oaks Boys Baseball Club for a program ad. Ms. O'Malley motioned to approve the ad; Mr. Carlucci seconded; all in favor; motion carried.
MRTSA has decided not to withdraw from South Hills Regional Dispatch and join the county's 911 system.
Solicitor: The borough engineer requested Mr. Biondo seek authorization to prepare a temporary grading and construction easement agreement for the Sleepy Hollow Road Project. Mr. Carlucci made the motion; Ms. O'Malley seconded; all in favor; motion carried.
Keystone Oaks: Nothing to report.
Zoning Hearing Board: Nothing to report.
Other Business: Nothing to report.
Mr. Cheberenchick motioned to adjourn; Mr. Carlucci seconded; all in favor; motion carried.
Approved as presented this 28th day of April 2003.
Castle Shannon Library
Planning & Codes