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&#13 &#13 CALCUTTA — St. Clair Township trustees voted to expend $36,185 on a new

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CALCUTTA — St. Clair Township trustees voted to expend $36,185 on a new truck for the road section.

Throughout Monday afternoon’s assembly, Jordan Williams and Bob Swickard agreed to purchase the 2021 F-250 super taxi truck from Hill International to replace a 19-year-outdated truck that has turn out to be a safety concern for the street division.

Trustee James Sabatini II, the board’s chair was absent, so vice chair Williams oversaw the 45-moment long conference.

Township Police Main Brian McKenzie and associates of the Fraternal Purchase of Law enforcement Lodge 210 offered a plaque to space citizens Marion and Jean Perkins for their local community support attempts. He also presented trustees Williams and Swickard with a breakdown of July section action, which involved 1,086 company phone calls gained, two drug overdoses, two pursuits, two discoveries of bodies and 19 thefts.

Calcutta Fire Main Dave McCoy inquired about any township options for the American Rescue Plan (ARP) moneys and required to make sure that fireplace staff would not be disregarded. Trustees advised McCoy that no selections have been built relating to the very first installment of the funds, which through her report, Fiscal Officer Deborah Dawson obtained permission to implement for revenue later on in the conference and gained the go-forward to pay $87,445.16 well worth of expenses.

The total of St. Clair Township’s ARP allotment wasn’t described specially for the duration of the meeting.

Williams reported that he and Dawson experienced participated in an info session in regards to the allotment and stated he advocates directing these cash for an “impactful, sustainable and longterm” function for the township and mentioned that he hopes that officers might loosen constraints on the resources.

In other action, trustees agreed to enable Columbia Fuel to shut a part of Purinton to do function accept a bid by Extraordinary Demolition of $7,900 to clear up a nuisance property on Calcutta Smith Ferry Highway if essential and a ask for by the Beaver Nearby Higher School Course of 1972 to use the local community place for course reunion planning meetings commencing at the conclude of August and through 2022.

The subsequent two council conferences in August will be held at 4 p.m. Monday, August 16 and 30 in the neighborhood room.

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