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March 20, 2018 – Legislative Digest

Hi, Neighbors. We had an Aleppo Legislative Meeting a few weeks ago and I wanted to tell you what happened.

If you want to watch the meeting from the beginning, click here.  Otherwise, feel free to click the links below to jump to the portions of the meeting that are of particular interest to you.

Here’s what happened:

  • Chief Davis reported on the fire company’s activities so far in 2018. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting and click here to see the written report.) #Fire
  • An officer from the police department told us about their activity in the last month. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.) #Police
  • Our Township Manager told us what the Public Works department did in the last month. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.) #PublicWorks
  • I read an email that we received from a resident expressing concern about Masonic Village’s plan to build new villas on its campus. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.) #MasonicVillage #Villas
  • We heard that at the April Legislative Meeting, we will have several hearings concerning Masonic Village’s application to build villas. These hearings will take place on 16 April 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Aleppo Township Building and are open to the public. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.) #MasonicVillage #Villas
  • We heard that the Aleppo Township Authority still has not reached an agreement with Culligan concerning the allegations of dumping unapproved substances into our sewer. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.) #Authority
  • We learned that Aleppo received a 5 year waiver of the requirements of MS4. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.) #MS4
  • We voted (3-0) to adopt the Social Media Policy (as amended). (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting and click here to read the Social Media Policy.) #SocialMedia
  • We voted (3-0) to approve our engineer’s proposal for the 2018 Road Paving Program (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.) #Paving #Roads
  • We voted (3-0) to authorize the drafting of an amendment to section 232-2 of our Township ordinance to increase the cost for a license to operate a junk dealer or storage lot to $1,500 annually. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.) #Ordinance
  • We voted (3-0) to approve the publishing of the township’s new website on 31 March 2018. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.) In the next couple of weeks, I will be sending an email outlining some of the features of the new website, but in the meantime, feel free to click here to visit the new website and tell us what you think! #Website #Technology
  • A resident expressed concerns about traffic on Weber Road. Citizen Participation (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.) #ResidentRequests #Police

Our next meeting will be this Monday 9 April 2018 at 7:00 PM. If any of these issues are important to you, please feel free to join us. If you cannot attend the meeting in person, please feel free to share your thoughts with me by email and I will be sure to convey your feelings to the other commissioners.

As always, thanks for making Aleppo a great place to live.

Best wishes,

Matthew Doebler

March 12, 2018 – Workshop Digest

Hi, Neighbors. We had an Aleppo Workshop Meeting last week and I wanted to tell you what happened.

It wasn’t a particularly long meeting, but there were a few topics that we discussed that will be up for a vote tomorrow. So please let us know if you have any input on any of these subjects. If you want to watch the meeting from the beginning, click here. Otherwise, feel free to click the links below to jump to the portions of the meeting that are of interest to you.

Here’s what happened:

  • We followed up on the conversation we started when our Code Enforcement Officer spoke with us last month (click here to see this portion of the meeting from the February meeting) and did not propose any revisions to the current code enforcement process. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.) #Code
  • We discussed the draft Social Media Policy and proposed a motion to adopt it. We will be voting on this tomorrow night, so please let us know if you have any thoughts on this topic. (Click here to read the draft Social Media Policy and click here to watch this portion of the meeting.) #SocialMedia
  • We heard another proposal for township GIS services, this time from our engineer. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.) #GIS #HRG
  • We discussed the 2018 Road Program and proposed a motion to approve our engineer’s proposal. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.) #Paving
  • We started a discussion about new street signs in the township, but did not take or propose any action because we do not yet have any information about costs. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.) #StreetSigns #Roads
  • We discussed a resident’s request that we hold a town hall meeting to discuss fracking. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.) #Fracking #Environment
  • We made a motion to authorize the drafting of an amendment to section 232-2 of our township ordinance to increase the cost for a license to operate a junk dealer or storage lot to $1,500 annually. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.) #glenmitchellroad #Ordinance
  • We shared details about Aleppo’s Second Annual Earth Day event, which will be on 14 April 2018. Please mark your calendars and plan to attend this great event. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.) #EarthDay #Environment

Our next Legislative meeting will be on **Tuesday 20 March 2018** at 7:00 PM at the Township Building. If any of these issues are important to you, please feel free to join us and voice your opinion. If you cannot attend the meeting in person, please feel free to share your thoughts with me by email and I will be sure to convey your feelings to the other commissioners.

As always, thanks for making Aleppo a great place to live.

Best wishes,

Matthew Doebler

Aleppo Township Commissioner