ARTICLE FROM SOUTH SCHUYLKILL NEWS – PGT AUTHORITY MONTHLY MEETING IN DECEMBER
THIS IS IN REFERENCE TO THE EASEMENT THE AUTHORITY HOLDS IN SWATARA VILLAGE.
Last month Wiest reported that he had been contacted by T. Wallbillich, attorney for the Swatara Village Home Owners Association, concerning the easement around the bam where residents socialize, which is now 400 feet by 800 feet. In the middle of the easement is the barn, a parking lot and the pump house for Well No.1. Wallbillich proposed an easement of 100 feet by 200 feet. If a survey is needed, the association is responsible.
After a brief discussion, the board unanimously agreed to reconvey to the association the 400 by 800 feet easement, while retaining a more specific easement of about 130 feet by 200 feet.
The association will be responsible for preparing all documents.
I’ve had a message from someone who does not identify themselves making suggestions for our site. If you’re coming in and visiting our web site do look around there are pictures posted. As far as videos, they are posted on our FB page for anyone to enjoy.
So whomever you are, thank your for your compliments but perhaps if you advise me who your are it would be helpful.
December 15, 2016 BOD Meeting Minutes have been posted under Village Information, BOD Minutes.
The Game Commission was called re: the dead deer in our field. They determined that the deer was injured and taken down by wild animals.
We had a fun evening on Saturday, November 12 celebrating all our Veterans here in the Village. The Activities Committee planned a fun evening with dinner catered by Buddy’s Log Cabin and great dance music by the Sensations. Come visit our FB page, Swatara Village 55+ Retirement Community for all the videos taken.
Message from Representative Tobash
Upcoming District Event
A Ceremony Honoring U.S. Vietnam War Veterans
Thursday, Nov. 17, at 6:30 p.m.
701 Windsor St., Hamburg
This event is being sponsored by Sen. David Argall, but I will be in attendance. If you are interested in attending, RSVP by calling Sen. Argall’s office at 1-877-327-4255.