Old Lycoming assigns Council of Governments representative

The Old Lycoming Township supervisors unanimously voted to assign Mathew Aikey, township manager, as the township’s representative to the Central Keystone Council of Governments Tuesday evening.

Supervisors also assigned a township engineer, township solicitor and alternate solicitor, as the matter was tabled during last month’s meeting due to not having time to discuss the applications.

For the calendar year of 2020, supervisors appointed Nittany Engineering and Associates as the township engineer and McCormick Law Firm as township solicitor with the alternate being Drier and Dieter Law offices.

In other business, a subdivision involving a lot add-on was unanimously approved for a 2.1-acre addition for Rick Edler on Bottle Run Road. The Planning Commission reviewed the addition and recommended approval.

In another matter, the supervisors unanimously approved appointing Corinne Waldman to the Zoning Hearing Board. Her term will end Dec. 31, 2025.

The supervisors went into executive session regarding personnel issues.

The next meeting will be held Tuesday, March 10, at 7 p.m. in the supervisors meeting room at 1951 Green Ave.