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Conestoga Valley School District Board of Directors will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the administration center, 2110 Horseshoe Road. Among the agenda items:

Commentary on district activity: (a) board commendations; (b) superintendent’s comments; (c) board comments; (d) correspondence - secretary.

Public/Professional/Staff Input: (a) mid year update on comprehensive plan goals (2023-2024) and review of district goals; (b) Leola Elementary presentation; (c) public comments; (d) comments from Conestoga Valley Education Association; (e) comments from other employee groups.

Consent agenda: (a) approval of minutes; (b) financial reports; (c) superintendent’s report; (d) first reading of district policies - 600 Finances; (e) student discipline action (as per confidential student documents); (f) Intermediate Unit 13 Wide Area Network letter of agency for funding years 2024-2030; (g) Lancaster County Career & Technology Center Budget; (h) new course proposals for 2024-2025; (i) list of capital projects for 2024-2025 budget; (j) Buckskins Activities Alliance grant application - girls lacrosse camera; (k) McTighe & Associates contract renewal; (l) Employees’ Health Care Cooperative agreement; (m) PowerSchool student information system onsite training/certification for staff professional development; (n) restorative practices keynote and professional development agreement; (o) delinquent real estate tax turnover.

Action/Discussion agenda: (a) debt service review; (b) review course selection booklet.

Information agenda: Reports: (a) finance and operations; (b) curriculum and instruction; (c) federal funds.

Board reports: (a) Intermediate Unit 13; (b) Pennsylvania School Board Association; (c) Lancaster County Academy; (d) Lancaster County Career & Technology Center; (e) construction update; (f) other reports.


The East Hempfield Township Board of Supervisors will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the municipal building, 1700 Nissley Road, Landisville. Remote access link:; or by phone: 1-646-558-8656 or 1-301-715-8592, using meeting id: 898 9370 2800, passcode 951511. Among the agenda items:

Consent agenda: (a) Lime Spring Square Phase 5 – One year time extension to record the plan; (b) Lime Spring Village – escrow reduction; (c) Ducklings Daycare, 3101 Yellow Goose Road – escrow reduction; (d) KRM-Stony Battery, LLC – escrow reduction; (e) department reports - golf, public works, planning, police, fire; (f) treasurers report for Dec. 23 covering all funds; (g) invoices; (h) approval of minutes Jan. 2.

Action items: (a) The Meadow Garden Mercentile – modifications/final plan; (b) Blue Green Corridor – acceptance of Connects 2040 Implementation Program Award and agreement – resolution which accepts the grant award from the County and an agreement with the Little Conestoga Creek Foundation that they will cover any Township costs above the grant award; (c) 283 Commerce Park - modification request to pay a fee in lieu of sidewalk/curbing installation along Spooky Nook Road frontage; (d) 283 Commerce Park – authorization to sign the necessary PennDOT Highway Occupancy Permit to allow the developer to move forward with improvements to the Route 283 interchange. Progress has been made on the necessary draft agreements; (e) memorandum of understanding for shared deputy emergency management coordinator with Warwick Emergency Services Commission - update to previous memorandum of understanding with Lititz Borough/Warwick Township removing East Petersburg Borough; (f) promulgation of the emergency operations plan – authorizing an update, removing East Petersburg Borough information from the plan documents, primarily the notification and resource manual); (g) Harrisburg Pike Drainageway Improvement Project – seeking permission to allow the submission of an Susquehanna River Basin Commission grant and funding commitment if awarded; (h) 2024 fee schedule (tabled from Jan. 2 meeting); (i) Hempfield Recreation Commission (three-year term, tabled from Jan. 2 meeting) – Robert Johnson (appointment to a three-year term, until January 2027); (j) Pennsylvania Association of Township Supervisors conference delegates (April 23-26) – designation of voting and alternate voting delegate.

Old Business: Supervisor working group appointments - assigned by the Chairman and board goals - discussion.

New business: Steinman Quarterly Report on Blue Green Corridor project.


The East Lampeter Township Board of Supervisors will meet at 7 p.m. today at township office, 2250 Old Philadelphia Pike. Among the agenda items:

Consent agenda: (a) approval of Jan. 15 board of supervisors meeting agenda; (b) minutes of Jan. 2 regular meeting; (c) time extension for Township review and action: Millstream Inn stormwater management plan: 170 Eastbrook Road; (d) Wawa Stormwater Management Plan: 2132 Lincoln Highway East; (e) Goodwill Land Development Plan: 2353 Lincoln Highway East; (f) Rockvale land development plan: Rockvale Parcel 2; (g) approval to pay invoices from all funds.

Appointments to vacant positions and reappointments: (a) emergency services committee – two year terms ending Dec. 31, 2025: (i) Ronks Fire Company alternate representative – Nathan Church; (ii) Ronks Fire Company citizen representative – Melanie McHenry; (iii) Witmer Fire Company representative – Dakota Hoak; (iv) Township citizen representative.

Old Business: (a) Presentation regarding Trail Project – Strasburg Pike to Oakview Road.

New business: (a) supervisor future discussion items.

Action items: (a) bids for Green Light Go Traffic Signal Project – Old Philadelphia Pike; (b) approval of 2024 Fire Company activities; (c) authorize sale of two mowers through Municibid versus trade-in value.

Manager’s report: (a) Codification Project; (b) 2023 Right to Know Requests report.

Next meeting – Monday, Feb. 12, 7 p.m.


The Lampeter-Strasburg School Board will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the district administration building board room, 1600 Book Road, Lampeter. Remote access link: Among the agenda items:

Miscellaneous: (a) Presentation on Martin Meylin Middle School initiatives.

Business and Finance Committee: (b) discussion and recommendation for approval of Lancaster-Lebanon public schools Employees’ Health Care Cooperative amended and restated joint membership agreement; (c) discussion and recommendation for approval of Lancaster County Career & Technology Center 2024-2025 proposed budget.

Miscellaneous: (d) discussion and recommendation to readopt Pennsylvania School Board Association principles for governance and leadership.


The City of Lancaster Historical Commission will meet at 6 p.m. today in the fourth-floor training at Lancaster City Police Station, 39 West Chestnut St. Among the agenda items:

617 Fremont St.; John Liang and Geovanni Diaz, owners. Preliminary conceptual discussion of proposed construction of three new two-story townhouses on a vacant parcel.

327 and 329 N. Mulberry St.; Whispering Hope Enterprises, LLC, owner; Steve Young, applicant. Demolish two-story rear wings on the east elevation of the duplex at 327-329 N. Mulberry St. and construct a new three-story rear addition to contain nine apartments.

Election of Commission Chair and Vice Chair for 2024.


Lancaster City Housing Authority Board of Directors will meet at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at the offices, 325 Church St. To attend remotely, contact Dianne, 717-397-2835, ext. 3044 or Among the agenda items:

Approve minutes of the Nov. 20, 2023 monthly meeting.

Financial report – November & December 2023.

Deputy director’s report.

Resolution: Approve contract to furnish appliances.

Date of the next meeting is Tuesday, Feb. 20, at 4:30 p.m.


The Lancaster City Planning Commission meeting scheduled for Wednesday has been canceled. The next meeting is planned for 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 7, in person at City Hall, 120 N. Duke St.


Lancaster County Vacant Property Reinvestment Board will meet at 8 a.m. Thursday at the offices of the Lancaster County Housing and Redevelopment Authorities, 28 Penn Square, Suite 100. To attend remotely, email Beth Dreyer-DeGoede at Among the agenda items:

Minutes of the Dec. 21 meeting.

New business: Consideration of a second blight determination resolution for the property at 170 S. Fifth St. in Columbia Borough.

Resolution of the Lancaster County Vacant Property Reinvestment Board approving an amendment to vacant property reinvestment board rules and regulations regarding formal acceptance of successfully rehabilitated properties and accepting the rehabilitation of the property at 2739 Marietta Ave. in East Hempfield Township, and approving its removal from the Vacant Property Reinvestment Board process.

Other business: The next meeting of the Vacant Property Reinvestment Board will be held Feb. 15 at 8 a.m. at the offices of the Lancaster County Housing and Redevelopment Authorities, 28 Penn Square, 1st floor, Suite 200, Lancaster, Pa. and via the Zoom video conferencing platform.


The Lancaster Township Planning Commission will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the municipal building, 1240 Maple Ave. Information: Among the agenda items:

Subdivision/land development plans: Burrowes Elementary School – final land development plan – action item.

New business: 1300 Millersville Pike – rezone request – briefing item.

The next regularly scheduled meeting will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 20, at 7 p.m.


The Manheim Township Planning Commission will meet at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at the municipal building, 1840 Municipal Drive. Among the agenda items:

Subdivision/Land Development Plan: (a) Erb/Brook Lawn Sketch Plan (2325 Lititz Pike/120 Kreider Ave., R-2 Residential Zoning District) – proposed development of the 69.25-acre tract for development of 102 single-family detached homes (no action needed).


The Manheim Township School Board will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at the district office, 450A Candlewyck Road. Information: Among the agenda items:

Consent agenda action items: treasurer’s report; personnel report; approve the inter-governmental agreement establishing a joint-committee to coordinate and oversee the sharing of recreational facilities between Manheim Township and the Manheim Township School District; approve the agreement between Manheim Township School District and the International Institute for Restorative Practices; approve the proposed “Morgan’s Message Club” at the Manheim Township High School including a student activity fund for the club; approve the proposed “Live for Lucian Club” at Manheim Township High School including a student activity fund for the club; approve field trips.

Action Items: approve the December board minutes; approve the Lancaster County Career & Technology Center proposed budget for 2024-2025.


Mount Joy Township Board of Supervisors will meet at 7 p.m. today at the municipal building, 8853 Elizabethtown Road, Elizabethtown. Among the agenda items:

Old business: (a) Pennmark - petition to rezone: (a) open public hearing; (b) close public hearing; (c) discussion on and, if appropriate, a motion pertaining to the request by Pennmark Management Company to amend the Mount Joy Township zoning ordinance of 2012, as amended, zoning map, to change the zoning classification for two tracts of land consisting of approximately 22 acres and located on the northeast quadrant of the intersection of Cloverleaf Road and State Route 230 from the C-1 Limited Commercial District to the C-2 General Commercial District.

Consent calendar: (a) approve and ratify the minutes of the Dec. 18 meeting; (b) approve payment of bills; and ratify the payment of all payrolls for the period of Dec. 1 through Jan. 11, which represents three pay periods; (c) public works department – personnel: authorize the hiring of Zachary Kinne; (d) approve, ratify, and confirm the wage increase; (e) Old Trolley Line Park; (f) Elizabethtown/West Donegal Township/Mount Joy Township zone emergency management agency; (g) 2024 bids; (h) Featherton Crossing – Phase 3; final land development plan; (i) Featherton Crossing – Phase 4; final development plan.

Cove Outlook Park – pavilion number 4.


Correspondence: (a) E-mail from Senate Alexander, Esquire for Catherine Hershey Schools for Early Learning, dated Dec. 20, 2023; regarding update on their plans to renovate the former Rheems Elementary School which will allow them to serve the Elizabethtown Community; (b) Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors news bulletin, December 2023; regarding monthly newsletter; (c) report from Timothy L. DeFoor, auditor general, regarding liquid fuels tax fund audit report for the period of Jan. 1, 2021 to Dec. 31, 2022; (d) Elizabethtown Community Housing & Outreach Services, received Dec. 22, 2023; regarding Fall/Winter newsletter; (e) inspection report from Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection dated Jan. 3; regarding routine inspection of Lancaster Landfill.

The next regular meeting of the Mount Joy Township Board of Supervisors is scheduled to be held on Monday, Feb. 19, at 7 p.m.

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