The Bridgeton Township Supervisors passed the 2015 budget at their Dec. 11th meeting, along with a resolution setting the millage rate at 3 mills for general revenue and 3 mills for the Upper Black Eddy Fire Company for equipment and training. The millage rate is unchanged from 2014.
A resolution was also passed to advertise changes required by FEMA concerning floodplain definition and protection standards in the Zoning Ordinance and Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance.
A new, outdoor bulletin board was approved for the township building, to better post information for residents.
Progress was made in determining the style and cost of signage for the township building
Due to a new state law, a Deputy Tax Collector must be named, in case of incapacitation, appointed by the duly-elected Tax Collector. The Supervisor’s approved Joyce Rosswag as Bridgeton’s Deputy Tax Collector
Discussion of the township park on River Road, as to its maintenance and future plans.