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Citizens question supervisors’ compliance with Sunshine Act

January 9, 2011

WEEDVILLE – After hearing the supervisors’ plans for moving forward without a roadmaster, residents of Jay Township called into question the supervisors’ understanding of Pennsylvania’s Sunshine Act, which dictates that certain meetings must be open to the public.
After supervisors Jeremy Rippey and Francis Gustafson voted to discontinue the roadmaster position, which was previously held by supervisor Murray Lilley, during their reorganizational meeting on Jan. 3, the supervisors held a special meeting on Friday morning to discuss their plans moving forward.

Citizens, supervisors sound off on elimination of roadmaster

January 9, 2011

WEEDVILLE - Over 30 township residents crowded Jay Township's municipal building on Friday morning at a special meeting of the township supervisors to voice their opinion on the supervisors’ recent decision to eliminate the position of roadmaster.

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