PLYMOUTH TWP. — Construction on Tilbury Terrace will begin within the next two to three weeks along with the paving of parts of Coal Street, Jesse Road, and Mizdale Road, Township Supervisor Joseph Yudichak said at Monday night’s board meeting.
Krigger and Co. was awarded the contract for the project at the April 29 special board meeting. In another matter, several residents complained that teenagers are quad riding, partying and vandalizing property in the vicinity of the West Side Landfill. Residents said some of the young people have fired shots at the homes in the area during the early-morning hours.When confronted by the homeowners, the young vandals used profane language and made threats toward the residents, the residents said. One resident said that the young people know that no one patrols the area and they can get away with this conduct. Also, excessive dumping of trash in the area is becoming a nuisance. Yudichak said the state Department of Environmental Protection will require cleanup after the land is surveyed and before the land is sold. On April 25, the township solicited bids to sell the land.
NEPA Alliance’s Alan Baranski said the township’s earned income tax collection “is coming in well ahead of schedule, as compared with last year.”
The next meeting will be on Monday, June 3 at 6 p.m.