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Rutledge Borough Work Session- June 23, 2014

David Waltz, Council President, opened the scheduled Work Session Meeting at 7:30 PM, in the Council Meeting Room, 212 Unity Terrace, Rutledge, PA.

After the salute to the flag, the following Council Members answered roll call: David Waltz, Tom Kopp, Marie Govannicci, Marlaina Kloepfer Diane McGaughey, Daniel Werner, James Jones

Also present: Mayor Kevin Cunningham, Robert Hunt, Jr., Esq.

Borough Building- Diane McGaughey reported that she has attended a citizen’s police academy for the last 12 weeks. There was no charge, and food and drinks were provided. She received four certificates, and recommended the course to Council.

The following repairs are needed to the Borough building:

1)      New roof- 1 estimate received $18,000.00   Remover 3 roof vents  $4,250.00
2)      Paint Ceiling- $1,200.00
3)      Wax floors – $500.00
4)      Wash Windows- 1st Floor $136.00  2nd Floor $170.00

The building also needs concrete repairs.

Ms. McGaughey would like an agenda for meetings and the minutes distributed one week prior to the meeting.

Ms. McGaughey met Lucien Calhoun of Calhoun Baker, at a CDCA meeting. His firm can lend the Borough $100,000.00 at an interest rate of .9% or 1%.

The mortgage with the Fire Co. for the Borough building has a balance of $38,426.39 at 6.25%.

The road repair to Swarthmore Ave. went over the budgeted $50,000.00 by $3,700.00.

The loan could be used for other road repairs and repairs to the Borough building and to pay off the mortgage.

Ms. McGaughey reported that there was a meeting last week to discuss Citizen of the Year.

Building Permits – Daniel Werner stated that he had made a motion to ask a resident to apply for a Zoning Hearing, without realizing that the Borough would incur Solicitor fees of $1,000.0 or more. Mr. Werner stated that, in the future, he will not make any motions regarding the order of process regarding zoning process.

Public Safety – Tom Kopp reported that the 4th of July Committee may use the hot dog cooker for the festivities. The Morton-Rutledge Fire Co. participated in the Delaware County Firemen’s Association parade in Brookline. It was its 100th anniversary. Mr. Kopp requested the check from the Borough for operations.

Recreation – Marie Govannicci reported that the new apparatus will be installed at the Triangle Park by July 4th. Ms. Govannicci left a message with the contractor regarding rain garden drainage problems.

4th of July – The July 4th festivities will start at the Community Center and end at Triangle Park.

Tree Commission – Marie Govannicci reported that the Committee does not have a Chairman, and may not continue as a committee. The Committee would like to plant an evergreen on the Borough property. In the past, trees planted in this area have died because there is too much clay and water in the soil.

Girls’ Club – Marie Govannicci reported that the Girls’ Club were co-winners of the championship in the 6, 7, and 8 year old division.

Streets – David Waltz reported that the Borough was approved by the County for $30,000.00 for road repairs to Swarthmore Ave. It has not been officially announced. The amount is lower than expected because the County distributed money for pothole repairs.

Sewer – James Jones reported that a dye test was done at 32 President Ave. to see why the sinkholes formed. It was determined to be the Borough’s sewer main problem. Mr. Jones is waiting for prices to repair the sewer at Melrose Terrace and Sylvan Ave.

Communications – Marlaina Kloepfer was in contact with Matthew Kroon, summer intern, who will start on July 9, 2014.Ms. Kloepfer will send changes to the hall rental contracts to Council for review. The solicitor reviewed the contracts.

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Kevin Cunningham reported that Juli Kroon, 4th of July Committee, sent out letters to the Police, Karl Eilinsfeld, and VFW. Mayor Cunningham will talk to Mr. Eilinsfeld regarding placement of barricades for the July 4th parade. 25 chairs and 4 tables are needed at the park.

Mayor Cunningham stated that there is a bush blocking the stop sign on Sylvan Ave. and Unity Terrace.

Mayor Cunningham wished Tom Kopp a happy 60th birthday.

Solicitor’s Report – Solicitor Robert Hunt distributed a list of changes to the State Borough Code.

The prohibition of a Council Member not being able to get paid while serving on another Board has been removed. Firefighters and police employees may not serve on Council; if currently on Council, the person may finish his/her term. Solicitor Hunt will see if this applies to volunteer firefighters. The threshold to solicit formal bids for work is over $19,100.00.

Diane McGaughey asked if Council Members can write off their unpaid services on their Federal tax returns. A CPA should answer that question.

Old Business- None.

New Business – Daniel Werner stated that he has gotten questions from residents regarding firepits. Mr. Werner received a call regarding an open fire on Sylvan Ave. The person was told to call the police. Mr. Werner conferred with the Fire Co. and the Mayor, and went to the resident’s house and informed her that the fire was illegal. The resident told Mr. Werner that he was wrong, and her neighbor told her that it was okay. Mr. Werner called the police.

Mr. Werner stated that there is a cat problem on Sylvan Ave. Cats are going under residents porches and urinating and defecating. There is an ordinance to regulate dogs, but not cats. The Solicitor will look into it.

Aqua PA will begin the replacement of the water main near the Triangle Park beginning on June 26. Dave Waltz will call the company to see if it can be postponed until after the July 4th celebration.

Marlaina Kloepfer asked Council Members if they want the Planning Commission to look at the ordinance regarding open fires. Tom Kopp stated that the fire to which Mr. Werner referred was the burning of yard waste.

DEP did not approve the County Act 537 Sewage Plan, and sent a letter of comments.

Since there was no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:33 PM.

Submitted by: Gennifer Guiliano, Secretary

 

 

Rutledge Borough Council Meeting- June 2, 2014

David Waltz, Council President, opened the scheduled Borough Council Meeting at 7:30 PM, in the Council Meeting Room, 212 Unity Terrace, Rutledge, PA.

After the salute to the flag, the following Council members answered roll call: David Waltz, Marie Govannicci, Tom Kopp, Daniel Werner, James Jones

Also present: Mayor Kevin Cunningham, Robert Hunt, Jr., Esq., Police Chief Brian Craig

Not Present: M. Diane McGaughey, Marlaina Kloepfer

Minutes:  MOTION by Marie Govannicci, Second by James Jones, to approve the minutes as submitted for the Work Session of May 17, 2014. David Waltz noted that Council went into Executive Session to discuss personnel issues. MOTION approved unanimously.

Public Comment: Robert Hunt, 209 Linden Ave., stated that 206. Linden Ave. has high grass that is harboring rodents. The neighbor at 208 Linden has seen rodents and an increase in insects on his property. Mr. Hunt stated that he looked at the property, intending to purchase it. It has no heat and pipes are broken. Harry Mirra reported that he spoke with the realtor today. The water is shut off, and the grass will be cut tomorrow.

Mr. Hunt reported that there appears to be an abandoned car on Waverly Terrace between Rutledge and Sylvan Aves. The silver Hyundai has New Jersey tags and a flat tire. The police will look into it.

Treasurer’s Report: Gennifer Guiliano distributed the Treasurer’s Report for the month of May 2014. MOTION by Tom Kopp, Second by Marie Govannicci, to approve the Treasurer’s Reports as submitted. MOTION approved unanimously.

Correspondence:

1)      County Act 537 Plan Final
2)      Karl Eilinsfeld- Resigned as Chairman of the Shade Tree Commission
3)      Backflow Preventer Tests Completed at Community Center & Triangle Park
4)      DEP- Recycling Grant of $1,051.00 for the year 2012- 903 tons recycled.
5)      Jack Borsch- Resignation as the Rutledge Borough PA One Call System representative
6)      Holcomb Behavior-Signs & stickers “parents Who Host Lose the Most”- Don’t be a party to teenage drinking.
7)      Catania Engineering- Results of 32 President Ave. sinkhole investigation
8)      County Intercommunity Health Coordination – Pamphlets “Eight Tips to Help your Child’s Asthma” and “Asthma Day Camp: June 23-27, 2014”
9)      Zoning Hearing Board- Zoning Hearing on Wednesday, June 18, 2014, 7:00 PM- 132 Sylvan Ave. application for an exception for a first floor addition.

Tax Collector’s Report: Thomas Heron reported that $451,992.21 has been collected as of May 31, 2014. Accounts receivable as of May 31, 2014 is $30,245.29- 11 Real Estate $22,388.50, 9 Sewer $7,620.29, 43 Per Capita $236.50.

Code Enforcement Report: Harry Mirra read his report for May.

16 Apartment Inspections- all passed
2 U&O House Inspections 1 Passed 1 Failed
Correction Notices sent and corrected
2 Fences over four feet were reduced in height
Apron required on Sylvan Ave.
1 Car Auto Tags required
4 Zoning Permits- 2 Completed 2 Open

Mayor’s Report: Mayor Kevin Cunningham read the Police Report for May 2014. There were 14 Parking Tickets, 8 Traffic Citations 3 Traffic Warnings

Mayor Cunningham thanked everyone for participating in the Memorial Day Service. Mayor Cunningham thanked Harry Mirra and the Police Department. Rutledge is big on patriotism and support of the troops. If you are in town next year, please attend.

Mayor Cunningham reported that people are speeding down the street and stopping at the sign at the last second. Trees and bushes at the intersections might need to be trimmed.

Public Safety:  Tom Kopp stated that he will have the Chief’s report next month. There have been over 100 calls from January to May. No opens fires are permitted in the Borough, per an ordinance. Council received an email from a resident, after the fact, that a neighbor had an open fire. Residents are instructed to call 911 to report smoke or an open fire. There is no other way to get in touch with the Fire Co. or the police.

The Fire Co. had a smoke investigation on Rutledge Ave. as a result of a 911 call.

4th of July: The Committee will meet on June 9 and July 1 to prepare for the July 4th activities. The rain date is July 5. The Fire Co. was sent an invitation and will participate.

Recreation: Marie Govannicci reported that the new playground equipment was delivered and will be installed in a week. The blue print for the rain garden will be given to Karl Eilinsfeld.

Rutledge Girls’ Club- The club is doing great.

Communication: Nothing to report.

Ordinance: Nothing to report.

Trash: Nothing to report.

Building: Nothing to report.

Sewer: James Jones reported that the property at 32 President Ave. has a sinkhole. Video from 2011 shows that there are two capped laterals. A dye test was performed on May 15, 2014. Another dye test will be performed tomorrow, June 3 to determine if the problem is in the lateral or main.

Mr. Jones reported that portable flow meters will be installed by Catania Engineering.

The storm drain at Melrose Terrace and Sylvan Ave. needs to be repaired, and Mr. Jones is waiting for three prices to have the work done.

Shade Tree Commission: There is a meeting on July 9. The dead trees along Swarthmore Ave. were removed.

Finance: Nothing to report.

Streets: David Waltz reported that Karl Eilinsfeld has been installing signs and repairing potholes.

Solicitor’s Report: Nothing to report.

Old Business: Nothing to report.

New Business: David Waltz introduced Matthew Kroon, who will be an unpaid summer intern to help in the Borough Office. 6 hours a week.

Public Comment: None

Bills for June 2, 2014: 

MOTION by Daniel Werner, Second by Tom Kopp, to approve payment of the bills for the month from the General Fund in the amount of $168,020.44. MOTION approved unanimously.

MOTION by Daniel Werner, Second by Marie Govannicci, to approve payment of the bills for the month from the Gas Fund in the amount of $1,009.29. MOTION approved unanimously.

MOTION by Daniel Werner, Second by James Jones, to approve payment of the bills for the month from the Sewer Fund in the amount of $169.63. MOTION approved unanimously.

Since there was no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 7:56 PM.

 

Submitted by:
Gennifer Guiliano
Secretary

 

Rutledge Independence Day Celebration

July 4, 2014
9:30 amto1:00 pm
9:30 amto1:00 pm

Join your neighbors for a celebration of the 4th of July with the annual parade through the borough and games at Triangle Park.

9:30-10:00 – Participants in the parade gather and register at the Borough Hall.  Judging of the Children’s Division at 10:00 sharp.
10:30- Parade starts from the Borough Hall to the Triangle Park.
11:00- Committee Welcome, Raising of the flag by the VFW, Invocation, Mayor’s Welcome, Outstanding Citizen Award, Fire Company Recognition, and Awarding of Parade Prizes
11:30- Games being (25 yard dash, 75 yard dash, kick the ball, water balloon toss, water bucket fill, hula hoops, sack race, and egg throw)

 

Congratulations to Our Champs

The Rutledge Pee Wee Farm Team are the Co-Champions of the Del Val League Pee Wee Farm South Division with a 12-2 record.  They wrapped up the championship on Friday night, June 20th at home.  Congratulations to the players, the coaches, and the parents for a fantastic and fun season.

Rutledge Borough Council Meeting-April 7, 2014

David Waltz, Council President, opened the scheduled Borough Council Meeting at 7:30 PM, in the Council Meeting Room, 212 Unity Terrace, Rutledge, PA.

After the salute to the flag, the following Council members answered roll call: David Waltz, Marie Govannicci, Tom Kopp, Daniel Werner, James Jones

Also present: Mayor Kevin Cunningham, Police Chief Brian Craig, Robert Hunt, Jr., Esq.

Not Present: M. Diane McGaughey, Marlaina Kloepfer

Minutes:  MOTION by Daniel Werner, Second by Marie Govannicci, to approve the minutes as submitted for the Council Meeting of March 3, 2014 and Work Session of March 24, 2014. MOTION approved unanimously.

Public Comment: Brian Blundin, 2 Unity Terrace, stated that he is renovating 4 Unity Terrace, and applied for permits after he had completed the work. The property is sold and the buyers want to settle on Friday, April 11, 2014. The permits for fences were declined because the fences that were erected at 2 and 4 Unity Terrace are 5’5’, rather than the 4’ that is required. Mr. Blundin also changed 2 Unity from three bedrooms to two bedrooms without a permit, and installed a small porch and roof. In order to get a Use and Occupancy permit, Mr. Blundin must correct the fence height, and apply for permits for the other items.

Marjorie Corcoran, 124 Rutledge Ave., reported that the Girls’ Club made $519.00 at the Craft Fair. She has a thank you letter for Council. The money will be used for new bases and coaches’ uniform shirts. Ms. Corcoran stated that there are companies that will donate to the Girls’ Club if it is 501.C3. Solicitor Hunt will look into the matter.

Treasurer’s Report: Gennifer Guiliano distributed the Treasurer’s Report for the months of February and March 2014. MOTION by James Jones, Second by Tom Kopp, to approve the Treasurer’s Reports as submitted. MOTION approved unanimously.

Correspondence:

1)      PA One Call System Inc.- 2014 PA Safety Days- May 8, Oaks, PA

2)      Delaware County Association of Boroughs- Banquet, Friday, April 25, 2014, Springhaven Country Club, 7:30 PM, $45.00 per person

3)      Diane McGaughey- written report on the Craft Fair

4)      Steven Beckley, Delaware County Planning Commission- Needs a letter from the Rutledge Planning Commission stating that the Committee has reviewed the County Act 537  Plan

Tax Collector’s Report: No report.

Code Enforcement Report: Harry Mirra read his report for March.

6 Home Inspections/U&O   – 4 Failed; 2 Passed

Correction Notices- 20 written and delivered

Mr. Mirra would like to talk to the Building Code Official regarding a garage that is leaning and looks like it will fall down.

There are 3 Active Zoning Permits- 1 Deck and 2 Aprons

Mayor’s Report: Mayor Kevin Cunningham read the Police Report for March 2014. There were 24 Parking Tickets, 9 Traffic Citations

The Craft Fair on Saturday was a big success. Mayor Cunningham and Harry Mirra are organizing an event for Memorial Day. Taps will be played, a list of the names of Rutledge residents who died in service will be read, a wreath placed in front of the Community Center. The tentative date is Sunday, May 25, 2014, at 1:00 PM.

Public Safety:  Tom Kopp reported that in March, there were:

31 Calls with time in service of 36 Hours  10 Minutes

4 training with time in service of 8 Hours 15 Minutes

8 assist Springfield                   8 Assist Swarthmore

Property endangered $800,000.00                   Property Lost:$250,000.00

3 funeral details- one was R. Holstein, a Rutledge Fire Co. member

Mr. Kopp reported that there will be a Public Safety Day at the Morton-Rutledge Fire Co. on Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 10AM to 2PM. There will be live fire demonstrations, a stop, drop & roll station, and a medical helicopter provided by Jefferson Hospital. Food will be provided.

Mr. Kopp would like to get a digital camera for the Fire Marshalls.

4th of July: Marie Govannicci reported that the Easter Egg Hunt will be on Sunday, April 13, 2014 at 1:30 PM.

Recreation:  Marie Govannicci reported that J. Jansen completed the work at the Triangle Park. They mulched and dugout the poles from the old slide. They did a great job. Basketball rims with reinforced hooks have been ordered. The park looks good for spring.

Rutledge Girls’ Club- Marie Govannicci reported that J. Jansen completed the work at the ballfield. They installed DiamondTek, dug out the grass and leveled it, and replaced home plate.

Communication: Nothing to report.

Ordinance: James Jones stated that the Borough will apply to the County to help review the Borough’s ordinances for revision.

Trash: Nothing to report.

Building: Nothing to report.

Sewer: James Jones reported that the storm drain at Sylvan Ave. & Melrose Terrace has damage in the piping and the concrete is caving in. Mr. Jones took pictures and will consult Catania Engineering regarding pricing to repair it. The debris needs to be cleaned out. Mr. Jones has been reviewing the sewer tapes and narrative and is working with Daniel Werner on repairs. CDCA has offered to loan the Borough three portable flow meters, and placement of them has to be decided. The Borough is responsible for installation and maintenance costs. Mr. Jones has been appointed as the Borough’s representative to CDCA and will attend the Board Meetings.

Shade Tree Commission: Nothing to report.

Finance: Nothing to report.

Streets: David Waltz reported that PECO Energy will apply seed and topsoil on Linden Ave. & Waverly Terrace on Wednesday and Thursday. The paving work is currently out for bids. The holes will be mill and patched, and other areas will get new paving. Harry Mirra stated that residents told him that PECO put gravel on their front lawns and put asphalt on one resident’s apron instead of cement.

Solicitor’s Report: Solicitor Robert Hunt, Jr. reported on uses for the former Rutledge Fire Co. Four types of usage are allowed: residential, mental health facility, municipal building, fire station or similar use. The cheerleading rental does not meet the list of uses at this time. The issue could be amended by ordinance or the Fire Co. can go before the Zoning Hearing Board to apply for a Special Exception. The Fire Co. is permitted to use the building for community based activities and services. The issue will be discussed at the Work Session. The resident who complained about the noise does not want to meet with the Fire Co., Council and her husband, as was presented to her by Council to resolve the issue. There have been no more complaints since those last discussed at the March 24, 2014 Work Session. Dan Werner stated that the operation is not in compliance with the Borough Code. Council will allow the cheerleaders to continue renting, but Mr. Blundin must comply with the Borough Ordinance. It appears to be selective enforcement. David Waltz said that the cheerleading stays in operation, and Council will review the new information received tonight from the Solicitor.

Old Business: Tom Kopp reported that the Community Center elevator passed the 3-year pressure test required by the State. The light bulbs in the elevator must be rubber coated .Karl Eilinsfeld ordered them; they are a special order. Mr. Kopp needs the electrical prints for the elevator.

New Business: David Waltz asked everyone to keep Monday, May 12, 2014 open because he will host a party for a resident who is turning 103 this year. The State, County, and Mayor Cunningham will issue proclamations, and Rutledge’s State Representative will try to get a special person to attend. All Borough residents are invited.

Public Comment: None

Bills for April 7, 2014: 

MOTION by Daniel Werner, Second by Tom Kopp, to approve payment of the bills for the month from the General Fund in the amount of $43,661.79. MOTION approved unanimously.

MOTION by Daniel Werner, Second by Marie Govannicci, to approve payment of the bills for the month from the Gas Fund in the amount of $552.88. MOTION approved unanimously.

MOTION by Daniel Werner, Second by James Jones, to approve payment of the bills for the month from the Sewer Fund the amount of $55,323.13. MOTION approved unanimously.

Since there was no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:14 PM.

Submitted by:

Gennifer Guiliano

Secretary

No Trash Pick-Up

May 26, 2014

In observance of the Memorial Day holiday, trash will not be picked up on Monday, May 26th.  Please have trash ready for pick up on Tuesday, May 27th.

Memorial Day

May 25, 2014
1:00 pmto2:00 pm

Please join us in front of the Rutledge Borough Hall to honor the men and women that gave the ultimate sacrifice for their country.

 

Rutledge Borough Work Session-April 28, 2014

David Waltz, Council President, opened the scheduled Work Session Meeting at 7:30 PM, in the Council Meeting Room, 212 Unity Terrace, Rutledge, PA.

After the salute to the flag, the following Council Members answered roll call: David Waltz, Tom Kopp, James Jones, Marie Govannicci, Daniel Werner

Also present: Mayor Kevin Cunningham, Robert Hunt, Jr., Esq.
Not Present: Diane McGaughey, Marlaina Kloepfer

Building- Daniel Werner reported that Anne Travis, 132 E. Sylvan Ave. applied to have an addition put on her house. It was declined because it did not comply with the building coverage requirement.

MOTION by Daniel Werner, Second by James Jones, to turn down the application for a building permit to put an addition on the existing house at 132 E. Sylvan Ave. because the building coverage would be 23%, which is over the 20% building coverage allowed by the Borough’s Ordinance. Council will allow Ms. Travis to apply for a Zoning Hearing for a variance by submitting the plans she provided with the building permit, and not require her to obtain sealed architectural plans. If the variance is awarded, Ms. Travis must provide sealed architectural plans at that time. MOTION approved unanimously.

Public Safety – Tom Kopp reported that the Morton-Rutledge Fire Co. will have two fundraisers. There will be a Bar-B-Q in the AmVets parking lot on May 15, 2014, and a yard sale at the Fire House Parking lot on Saturday, May 17, 2014. The cost is $25.00 per space. Mr. Kopp reported that the Public Safety Day went well.

Recreation – Marie Govannicci reported that the new ride/toy at the Triangle Park is on order. There is a tree on the corner of the ballfield, outside of the fence that will affect the fence and the ballfield, and will block the police’s vision. The trees that were planted on the basketball court fence are dying.

The 4th of July Committee is preparing for the July festivities.

Streets – David Waltz reported that he has not heard anything on the Swarthmore Ave. repairs.

Sewer –James Jones reported that he will consult with Catania Engineering on the flow meter loaners, and he would like to compare readings with the current meter that measures Ridley Twp. and Rutledge Borough flows.

Communications – No report

Mayor’s Report – Mayor Kevin Cunningham reported that he will prepare a proclamation in honor of Ginger Pugh. Mayor Cunningham and Harry Mirra are planning a Memorial Day celebration.

Solicitor’s Report – Solicitor Robert Hunt reported on the Rutledge Girls’ Club 501.c status. The Club does not have the exemption. Mr. Hunt said that he and Paul Garrity, CPA would work on it on a volunteer basis, if the Club wants 501.C status. The cost is between $800 & $1,500.00, and is needed for corporate donations.

Old Business- Trina Coppick, 17 Sylvan Ave., sent a letter to the Morton-Rutledge Fire Co. stating that she has no problems with the cheerleading practice at the former Rutledge Fire Co. building. The noise from the Community Center rentals on the weekends is noisier.

The ordinance regarding the Fire Co. and renting out the building needs to be addressed to allow the cheerleading practice, and expanding the definition of what the Fire Co. can do needs to be looked at. The Planning Commission will review it.

New Business – Gennifer Guiliano stated that Diane McGaughey would like the Chase Credit Card that is in her name cancelled because her accounts have been compromised. Ms. Guiliano received permission to get a Sunoco Credit Card to be used for gas for the Borough truck.

The owner of 132 Linden Ave. complained that PECO Energy cracked his sidewalk block when they were replacing the gas line. Dave Waltz will contact PECO.

PA One Calls were received stating that PECO would be doing street restoration on Linden Ave.

Diane McGaughey asked that a proposal she received to have the 2nd floor of the Community Center stripped and waxed be reviewed by Council for approval. MOTION by Marie Govannicci, Second by James Jones, to approve the price quote received in the amount of $500.00 from A & A Cleaning to have the 2nd floor Community Center floors stripped and 2 coats of wax applied. MOTION approved unanimously.

Discussed compiling a welcome packet for new residents.

Catania Engineering looked at the garage at 417 Morton Ave. and recommended that it be taken down because of structural issues. MOTION by Marie Govannicci, Second by Tom Kopp, to notify the homeowners of 417 Morton Ave. that the garage needs to be taken down within 30 days, or a citation will be issued. MOTION approved unanimously.

Since there was no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:18 PM.

Submitted by: Gennifer Guiliano, Secretary

Morton-Rutledge Fire Company Yard Sale

May 17, 2014
8:00 amto12:00 pm

The yard sale will be hosted on the field next to the Morton-Rutledge Fire House.  Stop by for some great finds!

Morton-Rutledge Fire Company BBQ Night

May 15, 2014
5:00 pmto7:00 pm

If you don’t feel like cooking dinner, stop by the Amvets Parking Lot at 211 North Morton Avenue. The fire company will be selling chicken meals and pulled pork sandwiches from Bigg Dutt’s BBQ. Chicken meals are $10 and pulled pork sandwiches are $11. First come, first serve.

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