New Fields, Fire Truck, Planning Commission Appointments to be Discussed

These items and a lot more are on the agenda for the Lower Moreland Board of Commissioners work session.

The Lower Moreland Township Board of Commissioners will meet on Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Municipal Building for its first work session of the month. The Commissioners will discuss numerous topics including the new athletic fields to be shared by the township and the Huntingdon Valley Athletic Association.

Local officials will also review the appointments of members of the Planning Commission, as well as the new purchase of a fire truck. You can read the complete agenda below:

Robert P. DeMartinis, Chairman, Internal Affairs Committee

  1. Review and Consider Minutes of Jan. 8, and 16, 2013
  2. Review February 2013 Bill List
  3. Review and Consider Shared Facilities Agreement
  4. Review and Consider Agreement of Sale
  5. Review and Consider Third Party Inspection Services Agreement
  6. Review and Consider Tax Collection Committee Delegates and Alternates
  7. Review and Consider Tax Collection Committee Agreement and Fee Schedule
  8. Review Administration Report
  9. Treasurer's Report

Denise A. Kuritz, Chairman, Community Development Committee

  1. Review Multi-Purpose Athletic Field - Final Plan
  2. Review Lower Moreland Planning Commission Appointments
  3. Building Official's Report

Ferdinand Gonzales, Chairman, Ordinance Committee

  1. Review Zoning Ordinance Amendment for Multi-Purpose Field

Timothy R. Weir, Chairman, Public Property Committee

  1. Review Zoning Code Update
  2. Review February Zoning Hearing Board Agenda

Jill Blumhardt, Chairman, Public Safety Committee

  1. Review and Consider FEMA Public Assistance Resolution
  2. Review and Consider Award of Bid for Inverness Lane Bridge
  3. Review and Consider Multi-Purpose Field Bid Authorization Board
  4. Public Works Department Report

David H. Sirken, Chairman, Public Safety Committee

  1. Review and Consider Fire Rescue/Pumper Truck Change Order
  2. Police and Fire Marshall's Report


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