DUBOIS – Work on the Camp Mountain Run culvert has been finished, announced Sandy Township Engineer Perry Bowser at Monday’s supervisors’ meeting. For this, the township’s inspection costs totaled $7,500, he said.
Township Manager Dave Monella said that the current plan is to install the culvert in late April to May. Sandy Township, he said, is working with Huston Township, which is also doing a roadway project nearby.
The two municipalities will be coordinating road closures to minimize inconveniencing area residents. Tentative schedules already exist for the rerouting of traffic, Monella said.
In other business, Robin Singer of Kersey was appointed the sewage enforcement officer. James Wischuck of Curwensville was appointed as the alternate.
Cliff Null requested that zoning for his property be changed from Residential Urban to Highway Commercial. The supervisors said that his request will be forwarded to the Clearfield County and Sandy Township Planning Commissions for review.