Sadsbury has clean up, property

Sadsbury Township supervisors held their April public meeting, with Supervisors Kevin VanHonk, Lyle Hoovler and Bonnie Smith in attendance. Secretary Rose Mumau took the minutes and there was one citizen present.

For Public Comment, the man present asked the Board about some proposed boat slips at Conneaut Lake. He has some concerns and still wants to have access to the lake. The DEP has reviewed this proposal; no action was taken by the Board.

For the Road Report, Road Master Mark Sobieski began by stating that he and the SADS Road Crew are glad the snow is finished for the season. They have all been out fixing potholes and placing cold patch on black top. They are also maintaining gravel roads and are smoothing out the displaced gravel. A couple of the roads, including Townline, have become soft, thus requiring cones to placed in those areas. The road broom is being used to clean intersections and the Maintainer is in use. Roadside sods are being replaced that were cut up by the plow. A citizen was worried that sand would remain in his yard from the plow.

On Choctaw Circle there was sand displaced into a yard and some bushes were pushed over by the plow and heavy snow, but it appears the property owner there has fixed this situation himself.

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