LAKE TOWNSHIP During the regular meeting on May 8, the Lake Township Trustees approved the amounts charged by Kimble Companies for disposal of solid waste and tires from the Township’s Spring Cleanup scheduled for 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. June 7-9 and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. June 10.
Kimble charges $225 a pull plus $40 a ton and a onetime $300 delivery fee for solid waste. They also charge $245 a pull for tires plus a $100 onetime delivery fee.
President Galen Stoll said that Harry’s Scrap will provide a seven-yard roll off dumpster at no charge to the township for appliances and scrap metal.
- Authorized paying bills as of May 8, in the amount of $214,303.
- Accepted the resignation of part-time auxiliary officer Zachary T. Forwalder from the Uniontown Police Department, effective May 7.
- Approved A Cut Above Tree Service to remove three trees from Mt. Peace Cemetery and one tree from Woods Cemetery at a cost of $3,200.
- Agreed to send a letter of interest to Michael Daubenmire of Fortune Wireless to express the trustees’ interest in speaking to him about the Market Avenue property becoming a site for a possible cell tower for T-Mobile.
- Approved the purchase of 51 manhole adjustment rings with the total cost not to exceed $3,261. Stoll said the cost will be split evenly with the Stark County Sanitation Engineering Department.
- Approved requesting the Director of Transportation to determine reasonable prima facie speed limits for certain township allotment roads located in St. James, Shepherd’s Gate, Glengarry, HRM Estates, The Highlands, Heritage Glen, Hoover Estates, Highland Creek and Highland Reserves. The trustees also approved completed Speed Zone Request forms be forwarded for review to the Stark County Engineers Traffic Department.
- Went into executive session to discuss personnel issues with no action taken.
UP NEXT: The next Board meeting is 6:30 p.m., May 22 at the Township Hall.