CLEARFIELD – The Lawrence Township Supervisors held their reorganizational meeting Tuesday night with Randy Powell retained as chairman and Dan Mitchell as vice chairman.
Barbara Shaffner has been retained as secretary-treasurer and Debra Finkbeiner as code enforcement and zoning officer.
Zachary Lawhead will continue to work as the employee to fire the furnace; however, other maintenance work will be discussed at a later meeting.
James Naddeo was retained as solicitor and Douglas Clark as police chief. Mitchell will continue as the police liaison. Later in the regular meeting, Powell was appointed as the fire company liaison.
Ron Woodling will continue as roadmaster, Jamie Collins as animal control officer and Heather Olson as administrative assistant for the police. Carmen Barba and Howard Hunt remain as recycling personnel and Kelly McCracken as tax collector.
CNB Bank is the trustee for the general employee and police pension plans with further discussion planned for a later meeting. Other banks were retained for various accounts.
The treasurer’s bond is set at $2 million.
All taxes remain the same: real estate is 18 mills, the wage tax is one-half of one percent, the local services tax is $52 per year, the real estate transfer tax is one-half of one percent and the amusement tax is $50 for the first machine and $25 for each additional machine.
Meetings will continue to be held the first and third Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m.
Stiffler McGraw & Associates will continue as engineer, Walter Hopkins as auditor, and PennSafe as the building inspector and building code officer.
Paul Snyder continues as emergency management coordinator, Jack Woolridge was reappointed to the vacancy board and Kim Kesner retained as solicitor for the Zoning Hearing Board.