Wednesday, October 09, 2013
Hanover Township To Get a $126k Tax Refund
In other business, Kevin Drive resident Roland Ledyard warned Supervisors about an emergency access or link road, adjacent to his property, connecting Kevin Drive with Second Terrace. Supervisors are considering converting the emergency access into a public road, and this concerns Ledyard, whose property is at the end of a cul de sac. He recommended that speed bumps and stop signs be installed if the road is made public, noting that a large number of children play in that area. "Somebody's gonna' get hurt," he cautioned.
Finally, former Township employee Michael Schmalzer presented Supervisor Mark Tanczos with a citation from the Moore Township Lions. For the past 20 years, the Lions have sponsored an annual fishing tournament for the blind, and depends heavily on the generosity of others. For the past 16 years, Tanczos' beverage company has donated soda, water and ice.
"It's easy to give something back, but a lot harder to do what you do," noted Tanczos. Schmalzer told Supervisors that it is getting harder to find volunteers for service organizations, and that the average age in his Lions club is 69.