CURWENSVILLE — Highlights from Wednesday’s Pike Township Supervisors’ meeting include:
1. Supervisors accepted a proposal from Catalano, Case, Catalano & Clark-Radzieta LLP, Clearfield to audit the township’s 2017 financial records at a cost of $1,775.
2. Supervisors approved participation in Clearfield County Solid Waste Authority’s 2018 illegal dumping program and paying the $500 membership fee.
They also reviewed a letter from the authority advising Agatha Lauder-English has been hired as the illegal dumping enforcement officer. She may be reached at 765-5149.
3. Supervisors read a letter from the state Department of Transportation noting the bridge replacement project on state Route 53 in the village of Olanta is scheduled for the 2018 construction season.
4. A letter from PennDOT concerning the township’s 2016 liquid fuels fund was read. There were no findings and the township was commended for having no areas of concern.
5. The January report from Animal Enforcement Officer Tom Shaffer noting 18 incidents for the month was approved.
6. Two subdivision plans on Piney and Windy Hill roads were also approved.