DUBOIS – The Sandy Township Board of Supervisors held its re-organizational meeting on Monday night.
The township saw minimal changes with Supervisor Brady LaBorde retaining the chairman position. Supervisor Jim Jeffers also remained as the vice chairman.
In other business:
- The township recognized the Keystone Collections Group as its Earned Income Tax (EIT) and Local Services Tax (LST) collector. The township didn’t have any alternatives, as Keystone Collections had been selected by Clearfield County’s Tax Committee.
- Bill Bears was selected as the new Sandy Township Fire Chief.
- The township received $25,000 from the Clearfield County Industrial Development Authority (CCIDA) to help with the state Route 255 waterline project.
- Township Engineer Perry Bowers said that PennDOT has approved battery backups for the new stoplights at the Interstate 80 Exit 101 ramps and SR 255 intersections.
- Bureau Veritas and the township are moving forward with having Veritas reimburse the township $62,700 to prefund permits. The township had previously changed firms from Veritas.