Gettysburg Borough Council Meeting – 3/14/2022

Borough of Gettysburg
Council Business Meeting Agenda
March 14, 2022 – 7:00 PM
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I. Council – Call to Order President Heyser
II. Moment of Silence and Pledge of Allegiance President Heyser
III. Welcome and Opening Remarks President Heyser
IV. Announcements President Heyser
Executive sessions of the Borough Council of the Borough of Gettysburg were
conducted immediately prior to and immediately following the adjournment of its
February 28, 2022 work session consistent with section 708(a)(1), section 708(a)(2),
section 708(a)(4) and section 708(a)(5) of the Sunshine Act.
V. Approval of Agenda and Minutes – Council
A motion to approve the March 14, 2022 agenda as presented.
A motion to approve minutes of the Council Meeting of February 14, 2022 and the
Council Work Session on February 28, 2022 as presented.
VI. Public Comment (Restricted to Items on the Agenda)
VII. Current and Old Business

A. Department of Planning /Zoning/Code Enforcement
1. Departmental Report Carly Marshall
2. Motions Needing Council Action
A motion to authorize the Planning Director and the solicitor to proceed with the
preparation and finalization for consideration of enactment by the Borough Council
of an ordinance relative to the regulation of parklets and pedlets in the Borough of
Gettysburg.
B. Department of Historic & Environmental Preservation
1. Departmental Report Debra English
2. Motions Needing Council Action
A motion to accept the recommendation of the Borough of Gettysburg Historic
Architectural Review Board (HARB) following its review on February 16, 2022 and
grant Certificates of Appropriateness for the following applications as presented:
COA 21-0009 MAJOR PROJECT: 249 Carlisle Street –“Carlisle House”, Gettysburg
College to approve the wholesale replacement of wood windows with custom wood
and wood clad windows to match the historic profile and details to include all three
dormers with the arch design will be replaced with wood that is consistent with both
the Secretary of the Interior Guidelines and the Gettysburg Design Guide as presented
to the Board in the application dated January 19, 2022; COA-20013 MAJOR
PROJECT: 34 Breckenridge Street, George and Joanne C. Mitchell to approve the
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replacement of a deteriorated tin fishtail roof with a black standing seam metal roof
with snowbirds that is consistent with both the Secretary of the Interior Guidelines and
the Gettysburg Design Guide as presented to the Board in the application dated
January 3, 2022.
C. Parking Department
1. Departmental Report Becka Fissel
D. Public Works Department
1. Departmental Report Robert Harbaugh

E. Borough Engineer
1. Engineer Report Chad Clabaugh
2. Motions Needing Council Action
Motion to approval the application for payment #2 in the amount of $46,824.99 to
WYElectric, LLC in connection with the South Street CDBG Site Lighting project.
F. Police Department
1. Departmental Report Chief Rob Glenny
G. Office of the Manager/Treasurer
1. Borough Secretary’s Report Sara L. Stull
2. Borough Manager’s Report Charles R. Gable
3. Motions Needing Council Action
A motion to approve all bills and payrolls for the month as presented.
A motion to authorize a COLA increase for retired police pensioner Cytha Grissom,
to be paid from the Police Pension Plan effective February 1, 2022.
A motion to adopt a Resolution authorizing the Borough Manager, Charles R. Gable,
to submit a grant application to the Commonwealth Financing Authority (Local
Share Account) for the purpose of acquiring five (5) 72-Unit trailer Modular Vehicle
Barrier Systems, in the amount of $906,210 and to authorize Charles R. Gable
(Borough Manager) and Sara L. Stull (Assistant Borough Manager) as the officials to
execute all documents and agreements between the Borough of Gettysburg and the
Commonwealth Financing Authority.
VIII. Reports
A. Liaison Reports
1. MSG Jill Sellers
2. GARA Chad Carr
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3. GMA Christopher Berger
4. Steinwehr Avenue Heart of Gettysburg Battlefield
(SAHGB) Judith Butterfield
5. Adams County Boroughs Association (ACBA) Mayor Frealing
6. Adams County Council of Governments (COG) Judith Butterfield
7. Adams County Transportation Planning Organization
(ACTPO) Judith Butterfield
8. Adams County Heroin Awareness Task Force Matt Moon
9. Trail Feasibility Study Christopher Berger
10. Healthy Adams Bicycle Pedestrian Inc. (HABPI) Patricia Lawson
B. Other Reports
1. Recycling Report
IX. Elected Official’s Comments
A. Mayor Rita Frealing
B. Wesley Heyser
C. Patricia Lawson
D. Judith Butterfield
E. Christopher Berger
F. John Lawver
G. Matthew Moon
H. Chad Carr
X. Public Comment
XI. Adjournment

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