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At its July 2, 2015 Agenda Meeting, the Board of Commissioners took the following actions to:

Table the Preliminary/Final Land Development Plan for Drive Time Auto Company, LLC, located at 6230 and 6240 Carlisle Pike.

Accept Yingst Engineers & Associates, Inc. proposal to table the Preliminary/Final Land Development Plan for Islamic Center of PA until further notice and approve a time limit extension on the plan until August 31, 2015.

Approve the written decision granting conditional use approval to Cumberland Valley School District.

Approve referring to the Planning Commission a request for a Zoning Ordinance Map Amendment by the Co-Trustees of the V. David Thompson Disclaimer Trust and other property owners amending Chapter 27 of the Hampden Township Zoning Ordinance.

Approve scheduling a Public Hearing for August 27, 2015 for a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment by Smith/Packett amending Chapter 27, Part 9, Section 903, Permitted Uses for the Office Park Zoning District and Part 2, Section 203, Specific Words and Phrases of the Hampden Township Zoning
Approve participating in Silent Dispatch with the Cumberland County 911 Center.

Approve development of a Special Needs Resident Data program.

Declare as surplus the 2000 KME Renegade XLFD Walkaround Heavy Rescue and adopt Resolution No. 2015-21, a resolution authorizing the sale of surplus Township property and authorize advertisement for bids.

Award a contract for professional services for the maintenance of Township-owned traffic signals to Pennsylvania PERCS, Inc. at an annual cost of $6,520.00.

Approve Resolution No. 2015-19 for Whitetail Crossing regarding dedication of streets contingent upon submission of a 5 year maintenance security.

Approve a Grant of Right of Way Agreement with PPL.

Request the Township Solicitor to prepare an Ordinance for adoption to adjust the speed limit on Mountainview Road between Technology Parkway and Orr’s Bridge Road.

Require staff to adjust financial security amounts for public improvements proposed to be dedicated to the Township in compliance with the Municipalities Planning Code.

Accept the retirement of Ken Good from the Public Works Department Wastewater Division effective August 18, 2015, approve Resolution No. 15-22 recognizing his service and authorize advertisement to fill the vacant position.

Authorize the hiring of part-time Emergency Medical Technicians and seasonal Public Works and Recreation Department employees upon satisfactory completion of a background check.

Ratify Resolution No. 2015-18 for the Greenways, Trails and Recreation Grant for the development of a Veterans Recognition Memorial Park.

Approve future execution of a 3rd Party Services Agreement with Worxtime.

Approve the submission of the 2015 Land Partnerships Grant Application and the Cumberland Valley Visitors Bureau Grant concepts.

Approve Resolution No. 2015-20 recognizing the retirement of Captain Timothy W. Colyer from the Naval Supply Systems Command, Business Systems Center.

Approve appointment of Carolyn Pfeifer as the Fredricksen Library Representative with a term to expire December 31, 2015.

Approve the submission of a Multimodal Transportation Fund grant.

Declare as surplus two security cages and rear seat protectors from police cruisers to be sold at the CAPCoG Auction.

Approve a request from East Pennsboro Township Fire Police for assistance from Hampden Township Fire Police for various special events.

Approve a request for a waiver of rental fees from National Wild Turkey Federation for use of the Good Hope Station Community Room and from Halav Lav Dance Ministries International for use of the Hampden Park picnic pavilion and walking trail and a donation of a family pool pass to the Hampden Township Veteran’s Recognition Committee.

Approve the Warrants Payable for the month of June 2015.

Cancel the July 7, 2015 meeting with the next regularly scheduled meeting to be held on July 30, 2015.

Approve sending letter to state officials in opposition to House Bill 1082 and Senate Bill 356.