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At Tuesday’s meeting, the South Londonderry Township Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed to pass the 2024-27 police collective bargaining agreement and memorandum of understanding.

While the agreement is not available to the public, chairman Faith Bucks announced that the agreement includes annual pay increases of 3 percent per year.

The board also took care of more routine business.

Vice chair Jack Custer and chair Faith Bucks discuss the agenda. Supervisor Bill Bova was not present at Tuesday’s meeting.

They unanimously approved minimum municipal obligations (MMOs) for police, non-uniform employees, and defined contributions. Respectively, those total $122,247, $90,169, and $34,032.

The board unanimously agreed to the fire companies’ annual box cards. The Fire Board recommended approval.

Supervisors also discussed the revised zoning ordinance, which is expected to be available for their review in draft form by their Sept. 27 workshop.

In other news, the board:

  • Unanimously agreed to approve an agreement for Fontana to donate playground equipment to Colebrook Park in exchange for the display of two banners and a brochure display for 12 years. The agreement (which has not yet been approved by Fontana) would require that Fontana maintain the banners and brochures, and that the banners and brochures need not displayed if the equipment is removed.
  • Unanimously approved the Hershey Hills Preserve and Estates DEP sewage planning module, Resolution #12-2023.
  • Unanimously agreed to ag security Resolution #13-2023 for 4871 Colebrook Road.
  • Unanimously agreed to sell several pieces of equipment on Municibid.
  • Unanimously accepted part-time police administrator Blanca Seigel’s resignation, and agreed to advertise to fill the position.
  • Unanimously approved the Campbelltown tree lighting event to take place Nov. 26.
  • Unanimously approved the 2024 meeting schedule.
  • Unanimously approved Oct. 31 as the trick-or-treat date, with a rain date of Nov. 1.
  • Heard reports from the township manager, police department, and fire departments.

South Londonderry Township supervisors meet at 27 W. Market St. on the second Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. The next meeting will be held Oct. 10. These meetings are open to the public and do not require registration.

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Emily Bixler was born and raised in Lebanon and now reports on local government. In her free time, she enjoys playing piano and going for hikes.


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