Township hoping land sale goes through
LaCROFT — Liverpool Township trustees on Monday announced that the sale on the Ada Street property, where the former township offices were, hopefully is pending.
Also, Trustee Mike Bahen updated the audience on some nuisance properties along Orchard in Dixonville, explaining that he is sending a letter out.
Chairman Dennis Giambroni said the township will be erecting speed limit signs in the Azalea and Carolina avenue areas, where they have been receiving complaints.
Robert Woolley, a resident of Park Place in LaCroft, asked trustees to consider vacating sections of Second, Third and Spring streets as well as an unnamed alley. He had bought up the property and was looking to have it replated.
Trustees approved the move, citing that the area was mostly wooded.
The next meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. July 27 in township hall.
Trustees met with Police Chief Jayson Jackson in executive session for personnel (re: employment) at the conclusion of the meeting. No action was taken.