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Supervisors hold special meeting

January 7, 2011

The Jay Township Supervisors are shown examining a piece of equipment during their special meeting on Friday. From left are Francis Gustafson, Murray Lilley and Jeremy Rippey. Photo by Becky Polaski.

The Jay Township Supervisors held a special meeting on Friday morning to clarify decisions that were made at their reorganizational meeting early in the week, particularly the decision to eliminate the township's roadmaster position.
It was announced that all three supervisors will now work together to set up a work schedule for the township's road crew. The supervisors were unsure if this would be done on a monthly basis at their regular meetings or if they would be able to do it weekly.
Additionally, the supervisors also remarked that they plan to promote a "lead-off man" from one of the road workers. This individual would not see an increase in wages, but would serve as a liaison between the road crew and the supervisors and inform the workers of their scheduled jobs.
For more on this story, see the Jan. 8 edition of The Daily Press.

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