Winslow Township Supervisors review subdivision for property near Lakelawn Cemetery
The Winslow Township Supervisors got a look at a proposed subdivision in the area of the Lakelawn Cemetery at their February 10 regular meeting.
The owner, Keith Klingler of Titusville, submitted paperwork concerning the sewage for the lots in the subdivision, which were approved by the supervisors.
Klingler proposes dividing the property above the cemetery into seven lots The subdivision also includes a residential property adjacent to the cemetery.
According to a previous report in the Reynlow Community News, Klingler purchased the property at the April 24, 2019, Judicial Sale of Lands held by the Jefferson County Tax Assessment Office at a cost of $12,000. The purchase price included the cemetery and adjacent lands.
The property was once held by Grenier Enterprises, Incorporated. Edmund Grenier is currently serving time in prison for his conviction of several charges, including theft by deception and deceptive business practices.
In other action, the supervisors approved the amount of a loan the township is seeking with S and T Bank of Reynoldsville for a new equipment. The amount was set at $90,000.
Board chairman Robert Krajewski said that he has been in touch with the engineering firm that’s working the to bring the township’s Soldier Water System paperwork up to date. According to a previous Reynlow Community News report, that paperwork, including plans for sampling, monitoring, operation and maintenance, and others, was flagged by a Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) inspection report dated October 30, 2019.
Krajewski said the engineers were waiting for a response from the DEP, but all was going well and that the update should be completed in about three months.