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By Natalie Gorsuch
Williamsburg Correspondent 

Woodbury Township (Blair) Gives Its Nuisance Ordinance a Makeover


October 10, 2019

A proposed nuisance ordinance, which has been discussed the last several months by the Woodbury Township supervisors, received a makeover during the regular meeting on Thursday, Oct. 3.

Solicitor Dave Pertile presented the supervisors with a revised version of the proposed ordinance after hearing many complaints and comments from residents of the township. No other discussion was held regarding the ordinance at the meeting. The supervisors will discuss the proposed ordinance during the regular November meeting. Residents attending the Oct. 3 meeting to discuss the ordinance were given draft copies.

Engineering firm Gwin, Dobson, and Foreman, Inc., of Altoona, acting on behalf of Cove Forge Behavioral Health, asked the supervisors for an extension until the Dec. 5, 2019, meeting to provide plans for a proposed water/sewer treatment facility. Supervisor Ed Clark made a motion to grant the request and Supervisor Craig Hamilton seconded. The motion passed.

The Williamsburg Christian and Missionary Alliance church also asked for an extension until the Dec. 5 meeting to give the supervisors final plans of an addition and new parking lot. Supervisor Joe Lansberry made a motion to allow for the extension with Supervisor Hamilton seconding and the motion passed.

Township Roadmaster Craig Hamilton said that he has been in contact with Sunoco Logistics over the Mariner East Pipeline System work in the area regarding fixing the roads. Sunoco Logistics does not want to bond roads. No further discussion was made regarding the matter.


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