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Fox Supervisors hold organizational meeting

January 3, 2011

Fox Township Supervisors met Monday evening for their annual organizational meeting. Photo submitted.

The Fox Township Supervisors held their annual organizational meeting Monday evening, followed by their regular monthly meeting.
Among the few changes approved during the organizational meeting was a 1.5 percent pay increase for all township employees, as already allocated for in next year's township budget.
Supervisor Randy Gradizzi introduced a motion, which was approved, in increasing sewage application fees by $10. It will now cost $162 for new sewage systems and $116 for repairs.
At the meeting, the board approved supervisors Mike Keller as board chairman, Dave Mattiuz as vice-chairman, Kathy Dowie as secretary-treasurer, Gradizzi as Road Master and open records officer and Cameron Uhl as Assistant Road Master, Rob Singer as both Sewage Enforcement Officer and Code Enforcement Officer and Russ Braun as Assistant Sewage Enforcement Officer.
In addition, David Pontzer was re-appointed legal counsel / township solicitor and Dowie as chairman of the vacancy board and administrator for the pension plan.
The board will continue to hold its regular monthly meetings on the first Wednesday evening of each month beginning at 6 p.m. inside the Fox Township Municipal Building.
For more on this story, see the Jan. 4 edition of The Daily Press.

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