Hanover Borough Council Meeting – 11/22/2022

AGENDA FOR THE MEETING OF HANOVER BOROUGH COUNCIL
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2022 AT 7:00 PM
I. PRELIMINARY MATTERS & OFFICERS’ REPORTS
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3.
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5.
Pledge of Allegiance
Moment of Silence
Roll Call
Acknowledgement – of Executive Session, if any
Mayor Whitman
a. 2022 Hanover Chili Cookoff – Presentation of Proceeds to Charitable Organizations
Exchange Club of Hanover $13,250
Guthrie Library $ 8,750
Friends of Codorus $ 3,000
Hanover Area Fire and Rescue $ 3,000
VFW Post #2506 – $ 2,000
Veteran’s Matter – $ 2,000
Boy Scout Troop #107 $ 1,500
Black Rose Rollers $ 500
Young Marines $ 500
Jaycees $ 500
Total funds available for distribution: $35,000
I. PRELIMINARY MATTERS & OFFICERS’ REPORTS
Mayor Whitman
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7.
b. Hanover Borough Employee Service Awards
30 Years of Service
David A Myers
Public Comment
Consent Agenda
Public Works Department
a. Approve the minutes
9/28/1992
i. Zoning Amendment Public Hearing October 26, 2022
ii. Council Meeting of October 26, 2022
b. Finance Reports
i. Approve Bills for Payment
ii. Accept Monthly Financial Statement
iii. Accept Monthly Investment Report
c. Special Events – Approve
i. Hanover Market House: “2nd Saturdays” May 13th & Sept g
th
, 2023
d. Sewer Credit Requests – Approve as per Resolution #1067
i. 10 Ridge Ave: True North Wellness in the amount of $506.29
e. Expiring Committee Terms: Approve advertisement of expiring commission &
board positions
f. Extensions of Community Development Block Grants until 6/30/2023 – Approve
i.Baer Playground Improvements #45524270
ii. Doss Alley Green Street Improvements #45522533
iii.West Hanover Park Improvements #45532383
iv.Wirt Park Improvements #45542471
II. REPORTS OF THE STANDING COMMITTEES
.Council Workshop/Finance & Personnel Committee – Mr. Roland
1. Consideration of a motion to approve the advertisement of the 2023 Hanover Borough
Budget for public inspection for a period of 10 days from December 2, 2022 to December 16,
2022 prior to final adoption in December.
2. Consideration of a motion to approve Ordinance No. 2334 to establish a procedure for
waiving additional charges assessed against a taxpayer who fails to pay their real estate
taxes in a timely manner due to failure to receive notice.
3. Consideration of a motion to approve the contract for a fully integrated government
accounting software platform with Springbrook Holding Company LLC.
4. Consideration of a motion to direct the Civil Service Commission to provide a certified hiring
list to cover current vacancies in the Police Department.
II. REPORTS OF THE STANDING COMMITTEES
Council Workshop/Finance & Personnel Committee – Mr. Roland
5. Consideration of a motion to approve the applications of the following five (5) employees who
are eligible to retire under the Early Retirement Incentive Program:
a. Steven E. Wright, Water Dept. Meter Reader, 42 ½ years of service
b. Robin L. Smith, Water Dept. Dams, Lead Caretaker, 35 ½ years of service
c. Michael A. Harman, Water Dept Filter Plant Supervisor, 39 ½ years of service
d. John E. Slagle, Water Dept. Filter Plant Lead Man, 35 ½ years of service
e. Timothy N. Holland, Public Works Dept. Labor Foreman, 44 ½ years of service
Governance & Policy Committee – Dr. Rupp
1. Consideration of a motion approving the 2023 Asset Capitalization Policy.
Department of Planning and Engineering – Mr. Hegberg
1. Consideration of a motion to approve Ordinance No. 2335 comprehensively amending,
supplementing, and replacing the Rental Property Ordinance No. 1796, as codified in
Chapter 278 of the Code of the Borough of Hanover.
2. Consideration of a motion to approve the contracts with Downstream Strategies in the
amount of $30,000 and Buchart Horn Architects in the amount of $13,500 for a Market
Analysis/Feasibility Study and Architectural Evaluation paid in full by grants from the
Warehime Foundation in the amount of $35,000 and the York County Economic Alliance
(YCEA) in the amount of $8,500.
3. Consideration of a motion to approve the contract with Forever Media for an informational
radio advertisement on the changes to metered parking for 6 weeks in the amount of
$2,976.00.
4. Consideration of a motion to accept the 90 day extension for the Preliminary/Final Land
Development Plans for George Street Property, as filed by Larry R. Redding, plans dated
July 12 2022. (Eric is reviewing)
5. Consideration of a motion to approve Resolution No.1358 for the Preliminary/Final
Subdivision Plan for 712 Ash Drive.
Public Safety Committee – Mr. Lockard
1. Consideration of a motion to approve Ordinance No. 2332 amending Chapter 346 of the
Code of The Borough of Hanover to modify restricted parking in the Cherry Tree Phase I
development.
Ill. MAYOR’S REPORT
IV.
IV.
FIRE COMMISSION REPORT
OTHER MATTERS

► Public Comment
V. ADJOURNMENT

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