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The North Lebanon Township Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed on Monday to advertise Ordinance 6-2023 updating the township’s code of ordinances.

The ordinance would make several minor changes to the code. The changes include:

  • The NLT tax collector’s compensation will be set and amended by resolution from the supervisors.
  • The Right to Know policy will be fully repealed, as it is already included by a township resolution.
  • The township can charge those who set off display or consumer fireworks with disorderly conduct, following Pennsylvania Act 74 of 2022.
  • Maximum speed limits on parts of Briar Rose Avenue, Ginger Court, Harvest Drive, Lockwood Drive, Mallard Lane, Orchid Circle, Rolling Meadows Road, Snapdragon Court, and Sweetbay Lane are set at 15 mph.
  • Several roads are officially listed as stop streets on various intersections.
  • Prohibits parking between no parking signs on Orchid Circle and Ginger Court.
  • Parking is officially prohibited at pumping stations at North 8th Avenue, Francis Ann, Hill Street, Jay Street, Kochenderfer Road, Rockwood and Water Street.
  • The ordinance affirms the Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Code’s policies on parking in handicapped parking without proper permits and parking non-inspected, non-registered, or non-licensed vehicles on township streets.

A public hearing will be held at next month’s meeting on Aug. 21 before the supervisors vote on it.

While several citizens attending the meeting hoped for news on the Jubilee property, nothing has reached the township’s desk as of the July meeting.

Read More: North Lebanon residents overflow township meeting with Jubilee concerns

In other news, the supervisors:

  • Unanimously agreed to authorize chairman Ed Brensinger to execute a sales agreement with New Covenant Christian School, selling 4.1957 acres at 452 Ebenezer Road for an appraised value of $94,000. The school has a 60-day due diligence period to look into the offer and a closing period of an additional 30 days.
  • Heard that MuniBilling, which handles the township’s stormwater and sewer billing program, is increasing service costs by up to 1000 percent as of October of this year. The board authorized the township manager to attempt to negotiate with MuniBilling for new rates and contact competitor MuniLink to obtain a proposal.
  • Unanimously agreed to ratify approval to continue using Bowman’s Insurance for general liability insurance, with an increase of 8.72 percent over the last year.
  • Unanimously agreed to authorize Brensinger to execute an agreement with the owners of 918 Maple Lane for the township to undertake their curb replacement.
  • Unanimously authorized Brensinger to execute a stormwater management operation and maintenance agreement with the owners of 880 Narrows Drive.
  • Unanimously approved a 50 percent stormwater credit for the owners of 880 Narrows Drive, as recommended by engineer Steve Sherk.
  • Unanimously agreed to release a $104,900 letter of credit for AutoSuds West LLC.
  • Unanimously approved a tree dedication at the Township Community Park.
  • Unanimously approved the minutes of their June 19 meeting (PDF).
  • Unanimously approved payroll.
  • Heard reports including the fire chief’s and police report.

North Lebanon supervisors meet at the township municipal building on the third Monday of each month at 7 p.m. The meetings are open to the public and do not require prior 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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