LOCKPORT – Woodward Township prepares for Riverfest.
According to supervisor Kyle Coleman, there are a few disputes the recreation commission is trying to resolve. “smooth” and address.
“Other than that, everything is pretty much on track” he said.
So far, Riverfest is scheduled for the weekend of July 14-July 16 at the Lockport boat launch. Vendors selling food, arts, crafts and games will be available to all attendees. The annual Duck Derby will also take place and tickets are available for $5 each. One lucky winner of the Duck Derby will have a chance to win the grand prize of $1,000.
In other business during Tuesday night’s meeting, supervisors approved the Rotary Club of Downtown Lock Haven’s request to install a small red library in Riverview Park. The motion was moved by Supervisor John Barth, seconded by Coleman, and fully endorsed by President Wayne Love.
Supervisors presented a motion to accept the resignation of Township Zoning Officer Tammy Novosel. Jackie Bartlett has been appointed temporary zoning officer until the position is filled. Coleman offered to accept his resignation and appoint Bartlett, seconded by Barth and fully endorsed by Love. Supervisors made a second motion to announce a new zoning officer. Coleman made the motion, seconded by Barth and fully endorsed by Love.
Also in other cases, Reed Mellinger and Jim Hanna were approved by supervisors for appointment to the Clinton County Water Filtration Authority. Coleman made the motion. It was seconded by Barth and fully endorsed by Love.