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A Community With Roots...

Famous for its natural beauty, Delaware Twp. has attracted travelers for over 200 years.

Whether you're visiting or a current resident, we invite you to browse our site and discover all Delaware Twp. has to offer.

Phone: 570-828-2347
Fax: 570-828-8705

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Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

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A Community With Roots...

Famous for its natural beauty, Delaware Twp. has attracted travelers for over 200 years.

Whether you're visiting or a current resident, we invite you to browse our site and discover all Delaware Twp. has to offer.

Phone: 570-828-2347
Fax: 570-828-8705

Office Hours
Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Bids Awarded For Doolan, Park Road Projects
The Pike County Dispatch
Thursday, November 1, 2019

By Wayne Witkowski

DINGMANS FERRY -- Delaware Township continues moving forward with approved motions for road improvement projects during last week's Board of Supervisors meeting.
The board agreed unanimously to pay low bidder Wayco Inc. $290,332.08 to complete work on Doolan Road and $188,506.21 to conclude workon Park Road. Each project was passed in separate motions, with 10 percent set aside to hold in each pending punch list completions.
During the workshop that preceded the meeting, the board moved to apply for a $700,000 Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Multimodal Transportation Fund grant for Myck Road resurfacing and drainage work and for yellow and white line painting. Township Administrator Krista Predmore alerted the board during the workshop that the figures need to be revised with engineering fees that are not included in the original figure.
"We have all the documents needed. We just have to move forward with the application," Premore said during discussion at the workshop. Predmore said the figures requested will be blocked out until final costs are determined with engineering fees included.
Submitting the application to PennDOT was approved unanimously in a resolution presented during the regular meeting.
The board also approved a final payment of $3,750 to Davidheis Construction Services for the Akenac Park demolition project. Only one cabin remains in the park.
Also approved was $1,175.00 for Northeast Communications to install radios on the township Public Works dump truck, skid steer and backhoe and $500 retroactively approved for the purchase of candy from Walmart for the township Recreation Committee's annual Trunk or Treat event last Saturday at Akenac Park. Roadmaster Vince Flatt also was granted permission to use township truck No. 1 during the winter season after regular business hours beginning Nov. 1.
The township approved the municipal hall request by Choosing Integrity from 9:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. on Nov. 16 to cordinate support to Pike County. Choosing Integrity provides help for recovery and for support services to victims of addiction and substance abuse.
Supervisors approved Tree of Life preschool for its annual decorating of the township's holiday tree on Dec. 3 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. ... Board of Supervisors Chairman John Henderson announced that Holy Trinity Food Pantry is collecting canned soups at its pantry and at the township building on weekday mornings. ... Another budget workshop will be held 6 p.m. on Wednesday this week.