Taxes, Stormwater Study, New Lights on Tap for Community Development
The Upper Moreland Community Development Committee meets Feb. 11 and among other items, it will discuss funding for township costs during Hurricane Sandy.
The Upper Moreland Community Development Committee is scheduled to meet for its monthly meeting tonight, Feb. 11 in the Township Building beginning at 7 p.m.
The committee will discuss compensation rates for the Real Estate Tax Collector, as well as ways to acquire funding for municipal costs sustained during Hurricane Sandy. The Act 209 Transportation Impact Fee will also be up for discussion as part of new business. You can read the full agenda here.
The following is the posted agenda on the Upper Moreland Township web site:
UPPER MORELAND TOWNSHIP
Public Hearing, Special Meeting and
Committee Meeting Agenda
February 11, 2013
PUBLIC HEARING #1880 – 7:00 P.M. – to consider proposed Ordinance No. 1623 establishing rate of compensation for Real Estate Tax Collector
A. Ordinance No. 1623 – establishing rate of compensation for Real Estate Tax Collector
B. Resolution No. R-2013-06 – authorizing David A. Dodies to serve as Agent for the purpose of obtaining financial assistance under the Stafford Act for municipal costs incurred as a result of Hurricane Sandy
Community Development Committee
A. Approval of Minutes – December 10, 2012
C. Township-Wide Stormwater Study
D. Streambank Fencing along Memorial Park Drive
E. Catholic Shop, 125 York Rd. - Signage
F. 2603 Broadway Avenue-flooding
G. Proposed UCC Appeals Board
A. Need for a street light in cul-de-sac on Castello Avenue
B. Act 209 Transportation Impact Fee for Discussion
C. North Crossing Apartments, 3625 Welsh Road – draft Ordinance proposing new M-2 Zoning District
REDEVELOPMENT - Reports