Liverpool Township trustees meet
LaCROFT — Liverpool Township trustees met briefly Monday night despite the absence of Keith Burke.
Burke was not in attendance due to a recent death in the family, but Dennis Giambroni and Mike Bahen as well as Fiscal Officer Shirley Flati and Road Supervisor Chris Bosworth were on the virtual 15-minute session.
In addition to approving Feb. 6 meeting minutes, trustees paid bills as requested by Flati, who told trustees she still was in the process of instituting direct deposit for employee checks.
No representatives from the police or fire departments were in attendance; however, according to an update from Fire Chief Dave Ward relayed by the trustees, the washers and dryers for both fire stations were ordered from the township’s COVID money. The ones for LaCroft are in, but they are still waiting for the appliances for Dixonville.
Giambroni announced that March 11 will be the last day for police officer Ron Wolf, who submitted his resignation.
Bosworth briefly discussed the Valley Avenue project, saying the township received an extension for its completion until August 2022.
After accepting all department reports, Giambroni announced the next meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. June 8 via Zoom before adjourning.