PLYMOUTH TWP. — Several residents in the Avondale Hill Road area addressed township supervisors Monday night, saying that since the completion of the blacktop on the road, debris, stones and water have been settling on their properties after the rain storms.
Supervisor Chairwoman Gale Conrad assured the residents the township will do everything that it can to promptly correct the situation. Conrad added that Supervisor Joseph Yudichak was on Avondale Hill Road last Friday to examine the situation. Yudichak plans to return to the area this week to further investigate.
In other matters, a resident asked if the township will once again have a police force. Conrad responded it is not in the township’s plans, and that it would cost about $300,000 per year to maintain a police force. The money would have to come directly from the taxpayers, she said. The township is grateful to the state police, who respond to calls in the area, she added.
Conrad also announced that the round-three buyout applications have been submitted and the appraisals have been done.
Construction on Terrace Road has been delayed. The contractors are waiting on needed products. Also, some of Verizon’s lines need to be redirected. The construction is expected to begin in September.