Columbia Borough historical
The Historical Architectural Review Board of the Borough of Columbia will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 19, in council chambers of Borough Hall, 308 Locust St., Columbia.
Agenda items include:
n 616 Chestnut St.; Sheila Perry, owner; Zephyr Thomas Home Improvement, applicant. Install aluminum capping on wooden soffits, fascia boards and window frames (old dusiness).
n 101 N. Front St; 101 North Front Street LLC, owners; Groff and Ranck LLC, applicants. Construct a concrete handicap access ramp on the building’s facade. Install new commercial entry doors and apply stucco over cement-block infill around the doors.
n 15 S. Third St.; Borough of Columbia, owner; Hammel Associates Architects, applicant. Preliminary conceptual discussion of planned renovations to a market house, to include masonry repairs, installation of new lighting fixtures, replacement of modern restroom entry doors and replacement of several windows with metal louvers for mechanical equipment.
Conestoga Valley School District
Conestoga Valley School District Board of Directors will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, June 17, at the administration center, 2110 Horseshoe Road. Among the agenda items:
n Commentary on district activity: (a) board commendations; (b) superintendent’s comments; (c) correspondence, secretary; (d) board comments.
n Public/professional/staff input: (a) public comments; (b) comments from CAVE; (c) comments from other employee groups.
n Consent agenda: (a) approval of minutes: (b) approval of financial reports; (c) approval of superintendent’s report; (d) approval of first reading of district policies: Policy 134 Graduation Program, Policy 141 Charter Schools and Policy 255; (e) approval of second and final reading of district policies: Policy 127 Educational Program Assessments, and Policy 130 Homework: (f) approval of contract for school dentist services; (g) approval of student discipline actions; (h) approval of “P-value” equal to 2.5% for performance-based compensation for the 2019-20 school year; (i) approval of bank account depositories for 2019-20; (j) approval of homestead and farmstead exclusion resolution; (k) approval of CAFCO and IU joint purchasing bid awards through the IU13 Collaborative Purchasing Board for the 2019-20 school year; (l) approval of changes to student handbook; (m) approval to provide driver education vehicle from Keim Chevrolet; (n) approval of independent bilingual translation services agreement; (o) approval of independent psychologist consultant agreement; (p) approval of letter of intent with Bright Horizons for before/after school services
(q) approval of renewal letter of agreement with The Meadows for student placement; (r) approval of EAP contracts; (s) approval of new copier contract; (t) approval of renewal of full-time personal care assistants (as per confidential student documents); (u) approval of new story extended school year agreement (as per confidential student documents).
n Action/discussion agenda: (a) approval of the final budget of the district for 2019-20 fiscal year on Form PDE-2028 as the final budget for the district general fund; (b) approval of the annual tax levy resolution; (c) approval of the 2019 resolution for commitment and assignment of fund balance; (d) approval of suspension of the 2019 per-capita tax resolution; (e) contract for school doctor services; (f) Brownstown lighting credit; (g) discussion of evaluation and compensation for chief finance and operations officer.
n Information agenda: (a) finance and operations; (b) curriculum and instruction; (c) federal funds; (d) federal funds compliance monitoring; (e) gifted support compliance monitoring.
n Board reports: (a) IU 13 reports; (b) PSBA reports; (c) Lancaster County Academy; (d) Lancaster County Career and Technology Center; (e) construction team update.
East Hempfield Township supervisors
The East Hempfield Township Board of Supervisors will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 19, at the municipal building, 1700 Nissley Road, Landisville. Among the agenda items:
n Hearing: liquor license transfer to 257 Centerville Road, Turkey Hill Minit Markets LLC (19-04-23), Resolution No. 2019-11.
n Action items: (a) development services: Turkey Hill Store No. 325, 257 Centerville Road — acknowledgment of petition to rezone, authorizing submission to the Lancaster County Planning Commission and East Hempfield Township Planning Commission for review; Haydn Manor PH2-Miller Road (18-59-FP2), plan approval; Lehman lot add-on plan, 2745 Marietta Ave. (19-05.01); Ann B. Barshinger Cancer Center stormwater plan (Spring Valley Road), stormwater plan approval; (b) cybersecurity insurance quote; (c) National Resources Conservation Service grant submission, letter of support; (d) Spooky Nook transportation improvement/letter of support; (e) Oak Tree/State Road project, P.I.P.E. letter of support for natural gas line extension.
n Next meeting: July 17.
East Lampeter Township supervisors
The East Lampeter Township Board of Supervisors will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, June 17, at the township office, 2250 Old Philadelphia Pike. Among the agenda items:
n Consent agenda: (a) approval of minutes of the June 3 regular meeting; (b) approval to pay invoices from all funds; (c) time extension for township review and action re: Mellinger Mennonite Church; (d) request for financial security reduction: The Reserve, 355 Pitney Road.
n Old business: (a) request to defer plan action to Leacock Township: Welsh Stone Plan No. 19-10: 3056 LHE; (b) presentation re: stormwater fee project.
n Action items: (a) resolution re: dedication of ROW offered along Rockvale Road; (b) rain garden easement and operations and maintenance agreements re: Retrofit BMP’s project.
n Manager’s report: (a) Lincoln Highway East streetscape plan implementation report.
n Next meeting: July 15.
Lancaster City planning
The Lancaster City Planning Commission will meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday,June 19, in the Commission Room, City Hall Annex, at 120 N. Duke St. Among the agenda items:
n Approval of minutes of the June 5 meeting.
n Phase 1 final plan, Sunnyside. Community Basics Inc., proposes a Phase 1 development plan for the Sunnyside peninsula that includes 170 residential units (60 multifamily units, 57 town/flat units and 53 single-family units) on 45 acres at densities raining from 5.0 dwelling units per acre to 10.5 dwelling units per acre. The development would require significant public infrastructure, including new roads, water, sewer, stormwater infrastruct and streetscape improvements.
n Reports from Bureau of Planning.
Lancaster City zoning
The Lancaster City Zoning Hearing Board will meet at 4 p.m. Monday, June 17, in the City Council chambers, first floor, City Hall, 120 N. Duke St. The agenda items are as follows:
n No. 19-032, Carla Lucero, 321 Hazel St., variance of day care conditions.
n No. 19-033, Carlos L. Velez, 548 S. Ann St., special permit for a vending cart.
n No. 19-034, Patience Buckwalter, 30 W. James St., special permit for an eating/drink establishment.
n No. 19-035, B. Alden LLC, Aonan Pasil, 109 S. Queen St. use variance for a visitor house rental.
n No. 19-036, Silvia Navas, 318 S. Duke St., special permit for a business office.
n No. 19-037, Stephanie Davis, 855 S. Pearl St., variance of day care condition; special permit for off-site parking.
Lancaster city historical commission
The City of Lancaster Historical Commission will meet at 6 p.m. Monday, June 17, in the Commission Room, City Hall Annex, at 120 N. Duke St. Among the agenda items:
n 449 W. Walnut St.; Christopher Heller, owner. Demolish the covered front porch from the facade of a freestanding brick dwelling.
Lancaster County commissioners
Lancaster County Board of Commissioners will meet at 9:15 a.m. Wednesday, June 19, at 150 N. Queen St., seventh floor, conference room No. 701. Among the agenda items:
n (a) New business: Resolution No. 38 of 2019, planning commission, closure of Community Conservation Partnership grant project; (b) Adult Probation and Parole Services, memorandum of understanding for adult drug court and mental health court grant awards; (c) Resolution No. 39 of 2019, adult probation and parole services budget adjustments; (d) court administration, addendum to magisterial district court lease agreements; (e) law library, library maintenance agreement; (f) agricultural preserve board, agreement of sale of agricultural conservation easement; (g) facilities management, addendum to agreement for Reynolds No. 1 bridge superstructure replacement project; (h) Community Action Partnership, extension to grant agreement for family center services.
Lancaster Township planning
The Lancaster Township Planning Commission will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 18, at the municipal building, 1240 Maple Ave. Among the agenda items:
n Stormwater management plans: LTPC 284, 122 City Mill Road, stormwater management site plan, briefing Item.
n Subdivision/land development plans: Lancaster Township Planning Commission 288, 64 Hershey Ave., land development plan deferral request, briefing item.
n Next meeting: 7 p.m. July 16.
Manheim Township planning
The Manheim Township Planning Commission will meet at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 19, at the municipal building, 1840 Municipal Drive. Among the agenda items:
n Subdivision/land development plans: Grandview Phase IIA, preliminary/final subdivision and land development plans, Edgemoor Court, zoned R-3.
n Conditional use: Chapman Ford, conditional use request, floodplain ordinance, 1485 Manheim Pike, zoned B-4.
Mount Joy Township supervisors
The Mount Joy Township Board of Supervisors will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, June 17, at the municipal building, 8853 Elizabethtown Road, Elizabethtown. Among the agenda items:
n Consent agenda: resignation – personnel: (a) accept the resignation of Vicki L. Carroll as township receptionist/recycling coordinator, effective Sept. 6; authorize the township manager to advertise to fill this position; (b) resignation – planning commission: accept the resignation of Gerald F. Becker as a member of the Mount Joy Township Planning Commission, effective Dec. 31; (c) municipal traffic engineer report: approve the municipal traffic engineer's report, dated Aug. 7, 2018, to establish speed limits, parking regulations, stop intersections and traffic control signals on various township roads; (d) Chiques Creek watershed improvements: authorize the Chairman of the Mount Joy Township Board of Supervisors to execute a letter of support to the Lancaster County Conservation District and Lancaster County commissioners for their application to the Natural Resources Conservation Service for the preparation of a watershed plan; (e) Goodwill Keystone Area; 19-04-FLDP: approve, ratify and confirm the township secretary's execution of the sewage planning module exemption form for the Goodwill land development plan located at 2375 S. Market St.; (f) Featherton Crossing – Phase 3; FLDP-02-2011: approve a reduction of letter of credit No. D006225, in its current amount as issued by Fulton Bank to guarantee the proper installation of all improvements, excluding public sewer and public water facilities, for the Featherton Crossing - Phase 3 land development plan; (g) Brubaker, Robert L. and Andrea R.; FLDP-01-2011: approve a release of letter of credit No. 713013, from its current amount, as issued by Ephrata National Bank to guarantee the proper installation of all improvements, excluding public sewer and public water facilities, associated with the Brubaker land development plan located at 2205 Camp Road; (h) Radio Road – Larry Dombach; 19-02-SLDP: adopt a resolution whereby, upon adoption, the sewage planning module is approved and authorize the township secretary to forward the same on to the regional office of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection for approval. (east side of Radio Road.); (i) Brook Ridge Phase 2 – Fieldstone Circle: approve waiver of Chapter 113, stormwater management, 113-52 – small project-maximum area of disturbance as per the township manager/zoning officer’s memo dated June 11, subject to the requirement that an erosion and sedimentation control plan be submitted to the Lancaster County Conservation District for review and approval.
n Street dedication – Featherton Crossing – Phase 3; FLDP-02-2011: (a) accept letter of credit No. STB154, as issued by Fulton Bank N.A. to guarantee the structural integrity of any improvement and/or as a result of the improper functioning of any improvement installed that pertains to the street dedication of Canvasback Lane, Merts Drive and Wigeon Way, located within the Featherton Crossing – Phase 3 subdivision for a period of 24 months, i.e. until July 15, 2021; approve and sign the agreement pertaining to the unfinished improvements within the right-of-way; and authorize the township solicitor to record the aforementioned document at the Lancaster County Courthouse; adopt a resolution whereby, upon adoption, Canvasback Lane, Merts Drive and Wigeon Way, located in the Featherton Crossing – Phase 3 subdivision are accepted, dedicated and made a part of Mount Joy Township's public road system.
n Chapter 135 – zoning ordinance amendment: (a) open public hearing; (b) close public hearing; (c) discussion on and, if appropriate, a motion to enact an ordinance whereby, when enacted, the Mount Joy Township zoning ordinance of 2012, as amended, is further amended by revising regulations governing mini warehouses.
n Short-term rentals: (a) review the proposed regulations for short-term lodging accommodations; (b) discussion on and, if appropriate, a motion to authorize the township solicitor to prepare an ordinance amendment of the Mount Joy Township zoning ordinance of 2012, as amended, to establish regulations governing short-term lodging accommodations, and forward the proposed ordinance amendment to the Mount Joy Township planning pommission and Lancaster County planning commission for review and comment.
n Road improvements program: Justin S. Evans will provide information on the following road improvement projects: Cloverleaf Road bridge elimination, Mill Road bridge replacement, Buckingham Blvd. extension.
n Correspondence: (a) Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors news bulletin, May 2019; re: monthly newsletter. (emailed to supervisors May 20); (b) inspection report from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection dated May 7; re: routine inspection of advanced disposal systems Lancaster Landfill. (emailed to supervisors May 22); (c) report from Mount Joy Borough Authority received May 30; re: annual report. (emailed to supervisors May 30).
n Next regular meeting: 7 p.m. July 15.
Penn Manor School District
The Penn Manor school board will meet Monday, June 17, at Manor Middle School, 2950 Charlestown Road. The committee of the whole meets at 7 p.m. The regular board meeting will follow. Among the agenda items:
n Review of school board meeting agenda.
n Consent agenda for the committee of the whole meeting, The committee is recommending approval of the following: (a) adoption of the 2019-20 final budget. Items regarding the adoption of the budget: (1) adoption of the final budget for 2019-20 listing expenditures; (2) authorization of the intent to levy taxes necessary for the support of the budget under Act 511; (3) adoption of a resolution for approval of the final budget for the general fund; (4) adoption of a resolution for approval of the 2019 annual tax levy resolution; (b) Act 1 slots distribution, the 2019 homestead and farmstead exclusion resolution; (c) committed fund balance, the resolution for commitment of June 30 fund balance.
n Consent agenda for administrative actions. The administrative staff is recommending approval of the following: (a) bonding for district cashier; (b) bonding for district delivery driver; (c) superintendent recommends the purchase of the following textbooks;
explanation: approval of the textbook, AP Comparative Government and Politics: An Essential Coursebook, 7th Edition, published by Woodyard Publications 2015 (Wood, E.) 30 books in the amount of $620.00;
explanation: approval of textbook, Gardner’s Art Through the Ages: A Global History, 15th Edition, Published by Cengage Learning, 2016 (Kleiner, F.) 30 books in the amount of $4,500; explanation: the textbooks have been reviewed by the school director textbook liaisons. (d) Catholic Charities Outpatient Counseling Service approval for referrals for the 2019-20 school year; (e) revised code of conduct for both middle schools; (f) Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency Safe School Grant acknowledgment of revision to equipment purchase list to include two-way radios in every school building.
n Consent agenda for personnel, the administrative staff is recommending approval of the following: (a) support staff employment and change in status of the individuals listed per the effective date for the 2018-19 school year; (b) professional staff employment and change in status of the individuals listed per the effective date for the 2019-20 school year; (c) leaves; (d) resignations; (e) substitute pay rates for the 2019-20 school year; (f) athletic stipend grind used to determine allocations for coaching stipends for the 2019-20 school year; (g) rates for co-curricular work for the 2019-20 school year; (h) wellness coordinator; (i) tolerance services; (j) recommendation for head coaches for the spring semester for the 2019-20 school year; (k) administrative salaries; (l) support staff salaries for the 2019-20 school year; (m) open campus director agreement; (n) superintendent contract; (o) athletic director.