The Winslow Township Supervisors meet February 11 and were asked about Governor Wolfe’s plan to charge municipalities a fee if they rely solely on state police protection.
According to PennLive.Com, the township could end up paying $44,030, or $17 a person if the the plan is approved, but that’s a big if.
“This is has come up before, ” said board chairman Robert Krajewski. He said he expected the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors to fight it.
In other action, the board adopted a hazardous waste mitigation plan with the Jefferson County Office of Emergency Management. They also approved a measure to increase the consulting fee for Robert Crosby from $200 to $300. Crosby is a certified operator and works with the township on its water system. The supervisors also discussed the purchase of a new truck.