Woodward supers reappoint Worth, Coleman
LINDEN — The Woodward Township supervisors reorganized the board of supervisors reappointing Jack Coleman for the vice chairmen seat and Alan Worth for the supervisor chairman seat.
The seats for Coleman and Worth are both six year terms.
In addition, Ralph Hoyt was reappointed onto the Planning Commission for a four-year term and David Hubbard was appointed to the Zoning Hearing Board filling a vacancy for a three-year term.
In other business, the supervisors also held there first regular meeting after the reappointment and appointment of new board members.
The supervisors approved Muncy Bank and Trust to be the depository for all monetary business in the township.
In addition, The Woodward Volunteer Fire Co. puts together an activity list of dates in which the facility is rented out for public events and that list was unanimously approved along with a three percent wage increase for township employees, road masters and road superintendent.
There were no further decisions made according to Judy Carpenter, secretary/treasurer.