CALL TO ORDER
The meeting of the Rockefeller Township Board of Supervisors was called to order at
6:00 p.m. at the Township building by Chairman, Colin Clayberger.
Colin Clayberger, Paula Greco, Julie A. Powell, George Herrold,
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Paula made a motion to approve the minutes. Colin seconded the motion. Motion passed
Paula made a motion to file the Treasurer’s report for Audit. Colin seconded the motion.
Motion passed without opposition.
PUBLIC COMMENTS (Agenda Items)
PLANNING COMMISSION REPORT
ADOPT the BUDGET for 2023 – The Budget was properly advertised and ready to be voted
on. Colin thanked Julie for creating it. Colin asked the audience if they had any questions; there
were none. Paula made a motion to adopt the budget for 2023. Julie seconded the motion.
Motion passed without opposition.
Road Status Report – The crew worked with Shamokin and Upper Augusta Townships on
some of their larger projects, they took the aluminum cans out for recycling, ran for fuel filters
and supplies for the garage and continued to maintain the equipment. The line painting company
came and painted the lines on Seven Points Road. Colin said he thought they did an excellent
job and that the work was better than PennDOT’s work on Brush Valley Road. Julie spoke with
the man who is repairing the actuary lights and he stated that the wire under the road is causing
the problem and needs replaced. The Board discussed this and said that they will just let the
lights flash at this point because Seven Points Road was just seal coated and fog sealed and we
do not want it ripped up. Keeping the lights flashing is not going to cause any issues.
Zoning Investigations – Julie stated that a resident came into her office and shared concerns that
a property on Brush Valley Road owned by the Sinsel’s now has a travel Trailer on it and it
appears they hooked large propane tanks up to it and put skirting around the bottom of it. Ed was
contacted to check it out and make sure no one is living in it.
Comprehensive Plan Update – Julie contacted Mike Brinkash. He said he is putting together
the proofed copies and will get them to her for the Board.
Government Funds – Julie stated that the agreement was sent to Sam Hallman for signature and
has not been returned. Colin asked if they are going to want the entire $200,000 in one payment
or if we are able to pay ½ now and ½ when they finish. Julie will write to Sam and ask him.
Tyler Karycki/Bill Yost – Property Issue -Nothing new
Agreement with Statewide Tax – Renewal 03/23 – Julie said that she received the certified card
back from Statewide so they did receive it. Colin stated we must remember to appoint Keystone
during our Re Organizational meeting in January.
Monthly schedule for ZHB – Julie stated she wrote to Mike Gregorovicz but has not heard from
him. She will write him again.
Copier for the Office -The copier is to be delivered and installed on Thursday, October 27,
Melody Hayner – Auditor – Atty. Greco completed the document and Julie gave each board
member a copy. The Board directed Julie to send it out to Melody for her signature.
Appeal issued against ZHB decision for NCCD – No update has been received.
Alternate for Zoning Hearing Board – The Board happily announced they have an alternate
Zoning Hearing Board member, Sam Cohen. He has agreed to step in when needed. He attended
the last ZHB meeting, October 20th to see how things were done. This can be taken off the
Budget for 2022 – Julie advertised the budget in the Daily Item. It has been adopted. It can be
taken off the agenda.
Auditor to replace Melody Hayner – The Board discussed still needing an auditor to replace
Melody. Julie said she was thinking of reaching out to Betty ‘Sam’ Reed and asked the Board
their thoughts. They agreed she should contact her. If she is not able to do it then we will need to
contact Mike Brockman, Vacancy Board chair and have a meeting with him.
Amended Zoning Ordinance – Advertised in the Daily Item for adoption at the November 15,
Review of and authorization to pay all bills – Paula made the motion to pay all the bills. Julie
seconded it. Motion passed without opposition.
Resolution to Adopt Act 57 of 2022, the Property Tax Penalty Waiver Provision – Colin
explained the purpose of the resolution. Julie made a motion to adopt Resolution 2022-3. Paula
seconded the motion. Motion passed without opposition.
Other New Business – Chuck Yeager Zoning Variance meeting – Julie stated that the Zoning
Hearing Board met last Thursday, October 20th to hear the issue of Chuck Yeager wanting to put
an addition onto the back of his house that cannot meet the zoning set back to Heim Road. The
hearing went well but she has not received the decision yet for the meeting.
Residents Comments – Nothing.
Motion to Adjourn- Paula made a motion to adjourn the meeting at 6:24 p.m. Julie seconded the
motion. Motion passed without opposition.
FIRST NATIONAL -General $ 237,427.37*
FIRST NATIONAL Gen. Savings $ 19,390.21*
FIRST NATIONAL- State $ 27,245.88*
FIRST NATIONAL-State Saving $ 32,978.47*
Grant Income Account $ 230,587.31*