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 Powell, Ron Bingaman, 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
Planning Commission completed their letter to the Board regarding Solar Farm
Road Status Report – The crew assisted Shamokin Township on a pipe project. They also
picked up some cold patch and went around the township filling potholes and areas where the
road edge washed way. They continue to maintain the township equipment on a daily basis and
mowed the township lawn.
Zoning Investigations -Nothing more.
Comprehensive Plan Update – Ron Bingaman asked the Board to review the zoned areas on
the land use map. He stated that his farm which has been in the family for over 200 years, has
always been zoned agricultural. However, when the Comprehensive Plan was created in 2002 the
engineer’s listed it at Residential Ag. He asked if it would be possible for it to be zoned
Agriculture again. The Board discussed it and Paula said the only difference between the two is
that Agriculture Residential is not permitted to have CAFO’s. There was more discussion and
Colin said they would have to look into what procedure’s needed to be done to accomplish this.
Julie said she would call Mike Brinkash the next day and discuss it with him. Ron asked if she
could let him know.
Solar Panel Farms – The Planning Commission wrote a letter to the Board which Colin read
aloud. It will be taken under advisement when the Board again deals with the ordinance.
Government Funds -No updates from SEC TV or from Linda Culver’s office.
Alarm System – Julie is still awaiting estimates from A-1 and Keith Tamborelli on estimates.
One for just a new alarm system and a second which includes cameras.
Actuary Lights – Colin stated that the repairs to the lights have been done. Julie contacted the
company and asked if the accident that had happened there caused the damage and was told that
it did not. She was told that the life of components that went bad had expired. They are now
Budget 2022 – The budget was reviewed by the Board at a work session earlier this evening.
Colin stated that Julie prepared and presented it to the other two Board members. He said that
this year $358,000. Has been set aside for road repairs and the Board is considering the purchase
of a new F550 truck. The one we have now is the oldest piece of equipment we own, if the
heaviest used and has 60,000 plus miles on it. Paula made a motion to advertise the Budget for
2022, Julie seconded the motion. Motion passed without opposition.
New F550 Truck Prices – Estimates were given to Paula and Colin.
Review of and authorization to pay the Solicitor’s bill – Colin made a motion to pay the
Solicitor’s bill. Julie seconded it Paula Abstained. Motion passed without opposition.
Review of and authorization to pay all bills – Paula made a motion to pay all the bills. Julie
seconded the motion. Motion passed without opposition.
Other New Business – Nothing
Residents Comments -George Herrold stated that the ditch on Ferster Road is full of stone and
needs cleaned out. He said that the water doesn’t stay in the ditch anymore, it runs out onto the
road. Julie said she would tell the crew.
Motion to Adjourn- Paula made a motion to adjourn the meeting at 6:25 p.m. Julie seconded the
motion. Motion passed without opposition.
FIRST NATIONAL -General $ 245,473.55 *
FIRST NATIONAL Gen. Savings $ 19,261.42
FIRST NATIONAL- State $ 166,341.53
FIRST NATIONAL-State Savings $ 32,336.58
FIRST NATIONAL – Special Grants Account