LOCKPORT - In other business from their meeting Tuesday, the Woodward Township supervisors:
- Agreed to increase the fee for solicitation permits from $5 to $25. Supervisor Chairman Glossner said the supervisors recently realized the township's solicitation ordinance was drafted in 1974 and needed to be updated, especially with the increase of individuals and businesses soliciting in the township. "We need to make sure we know who's in the township and who's soliciting," he said.
- Heard from Glossner that work on Queen's Run will likely start in April. He also updated the supervisors that work will begin shortly to connect the Suburban Water System to the Whiskey Run Water residents to bring safe drinking water to those in Farrandsville, who have been under a boil water advisory for several years. That work should be done in November, Glossner said.
- Heard spring clean-up will be April 30 and May 4 and 7. The township will collect bagged leaves and bundled branches left by the side of the road.
- Announced they may change their monthly meeting dates again. They changed the meeting from the second to third Tuesday of the month at the beginning of the year. They said because of scheduling conflicts and issues with paying bills on time, they may change the meeting date to the second Thursday of the month.