Call to Order and Roll Call


The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Chairman Eugene Fried followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. Township Supervisors in attendance were Dorothy Diehl, Richard Fain, Ben Fiorito, Eugene Fried and Steven Rothenberger. Also in attendance were Thomas Latshaw, Road Foreman, Joseph Bresnan, Township Solicitor John Weber, Township Engineer and Stanley Seitzinger, Jr., Township Manager.


Citizen Comments


Citizens in attendance did not present comments.


2018 Relay for Life


The Board of Supervisors agreed to revise the scheduled dates for the 2018 Relay for Life at Camelot Park to June 8 and 9. Jennifer Van Ingen presented a commemorative plaque and thanked the Board of Supervisors for their help and cooperation.


Upper Perkiomen Valley Garden Club


Kevin Stevenson, President of the Upper Perkiomen Valley Garden Club, reviewed a proposed community garden to be located at Macoby Run Park. The need for a proposed fence was discussed. The Board of Supervisors requested that the Township Manager contact the Reserve at Macoby Run Homeowners Association to assess interest in the program.


Concession Stand at Camelot Park


Bill Fenley, Chairman of the Upper Hanover Township Parks and Recreation Committee, reviewed a proposed concession stand amenity for Camelot Park


Township Building Emergency Generator


The status of the proposals was reviewed.


Act 172 Volunteer Incentives Program


The Board of Supervisors requested that a meeting of regional municipalities occur in order to further discuss options.


Pool Permit


LTL Consultants agreed to reduce the permit fee for a swimming pool at 1005 Brookview Drive.


Review of July 11, 2017 Board of Supervisors Regular Meeting Agenda


The agenda was reviewed.


Line Painting Proposals


Mr. Fain moved to accept the line painting proposal from Midlantic Marking, Inc. in the amount of $9,452.70.The motion was seconded by Mr. Rothenberger and carried unanimously.


Landis Road


The Board of Supervisors requested that Landis Road be eliminated from the planned 2017 paving schedule and instead receive an oil and chip treatment in 2018. The Board of Supervisors requested that the Township Manager request reimbursement from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for damage incurred to Landis Road during the course of the recent bridge detour.




Mr. Fain moved to adjourn the meeting at 9:17 p.m. The motion was seconded by Mr. Rothenberger and carried unanimously.







Respectfully Submitted,





Stanley W. Seitzinger, Jr.

Township Manager