*** WATER SHUT-OFF NOTICE & BOIL ADVISORY ***

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A major water leak in the borough’s water supply system has been identified and emergency repairs are currently be coordinated. At approximately 10 a.m. on Monday, February 14, 2022, water supplying Second and Main through Garfield and all of Second Street will be shut-off to make the necessary repairs. After the repairs are completed there will be a water boil advisory in effect for at least the next 48 hours.

Meeting Agenda – February 1, 2022 7 p.m.

Borough Council Meeting
Meeting Facilitator: President Danny Strunk Sr

Call to Order
I. Guests – Chad Heister – PA Rural Water, Tom Vanzin,
II. Mayor’s Report –
III. Police Report –
IV. Council Report –
V. Secretary Report –
VI. Open issues
a) Generator for Well #4
b) Green Sand Filter System for Well #3
c) Advertising for Parks and Public Works Employee
d) Budget and 5 year spending plan
e) Create Building Committee
f) Replacing/Repairing Streets and Curbs
g) WBSA
h) Rental Inspection’s
i) Police Contract & Employee Manual
VII. NEW BUSINESS
a) Kraft Code Services Fee Schedule
b) Appointment of Deputy Tax Collector
c) Appointment and Ratification of ZHB Members
VIII. MOTIONS
a) Minutes
b) Accounts Payable
c) Treasurer Report
d) Profit and Loss
EXECUTIVE SESSION
IX. ADJOURNMENT

Bernville Borough Council Meeting 01/03/22 Agenda

PLEASE NOTE THE FIRST ANNUAL MEETING IS ON A MONDAY not on Tuesday

Meeting Agenda – January 3, 2022 – 7:00 PM
Borough Council Meeting
Meeting Facilitator: Mayor Shawn Raup-Konsavage
Call to Order
Nominate President
Nominate Vice President
Turn Meeting over to the President
I. APPOINTMENTS made by MOTIONS
Secretary/Treasurer – Brenda Strunk
Tax Collector – Deborah L Craig
Solicitor – Hartman Valeriano Magovern and Lutz
Engineer – McCarthy Engineering
Sewer Engineer – McCarthy Engineering
Water Engineer – Spotts Stevens and McCoy
Code Services – Kraft Code Services
Auditor – Brown Shultz Sheridan and Fritz
Shade Tree Commission – Luke Shultz – 12/31/2024
Zoning Hearing Board – James Gabel – 12/31/2024
II. Guests –
III. Mayor’s Report –
IV. Police Report –
V. Council Report –
VI. Secretary Report –
VII. Open issues
a) Generator for Well #4
b) Green Sand Filter System for Well #3
c) Advertising for Parks and Public Works Employee
d) Budget and 5 year spending plan
e) Create Building Committee
f) Replacing/Repairing Streets and Curbs
g) WBSA
h) Rental Inspection’s – cost?
i) Police Contract & Employee Manual
VIII. NEW BUSINESS
IX. MOTIONS
a) Motion by Council to salary Secretary/Treasurer Brenda Strunk at $22.25 per hour for
80 hours in a 2 week pay period for 54 weeks. This includes 2 additional weeks for
vacation pay.
b) Motion by Council to salary Chief Brian Thumm at $25.91 per hour for 80 hours in a
2 week pay period for 52 weeks which includes 28 paid days off for Holidays, vacation,
and personal days.
c)Minutes
d)Accounts Payable
e) Treasurer Report
f) Profit and Loss
g) to accept the proposal from Brown Shultz Sheridan and Fritz to complete the 2021
year ending audit at a cost not to exceed $10,450
h) to accept the proposal from Brown Shultz Sheridan and Fritz to complete the 2021
year ending tax collector audit at a cost not to exceed $3,520
X. EXECUTIVE SESSION
XI. ADJOURNMENT