Woodward Township approves $13k pension plan

LINDEN– The Woodward Township Supervisors unanimously approved a $13,445 Minimum Municipal Obligation for the 2021 pension plan for the township in an in-person meeting Wednesday morning.

The short meeting continued by declining the township payroll tax deferral from Sept. 1 to Oct. 31. The township decided to decline this deferral because it would be considered more of a hassle to deal with a deferral than to have taxes taken out as normal.

In addition, supervisors unanimously approved the confidentiality agreement between the township and Comcast to gather a list of the township members that are Comcast users. The franchise agreement with Comcast has not been signed yet but will be an action item at next month’s meeting.

In another matter, the township supervisors unanimously voted for both Jack Hiens and Tim Horner for the three PSATS Ballots for Municipal pensions trusts, health and cooperative trusts and agreement of trusts.

Lastly, the supervisors set three budget meetings for Sept. 28, Oct. 5 and Oct. 19 at 11 a.m. at the township building, to work on the budget and have it prepared to be approved at the December meeting.

James Carpenter, Wayne Robinson and Jack Coleman, chairman were all present.

The next Woodward Township Supervisors meeting will be held Wednesday, Oct. 21 at 11 a.m. at the township building along Route 220.


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