PLYMOUTH TWP. -- Township Supervisor Joseph Yudichak announced Monday the work on Mountain Village has been completed.
The work on Avondale Hill is in process, and is expected to be completed within the next five to six weeks.
On Oct. 12 at 10 a.m., the bid opening for the Tilbury Terrace temporary access road will take place at the township's municipal building. The work will be awarded to the lowest bidder.
In other matters:
• Zoning Officer Ron Demchak said several buyers from out of town are buying damaged structures that "are not worthy of being rebuilt." Demchak asked all prospective buyers contact him at (570) 779-5513 before making any purchases.
• The Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved all of the projects on the township's project worksheet. FEMA has agreed to award the township more than $1.36 million for damage resulting from Tropical Storm Lee and $7,919.23 for Hurricane Irene damage.
• The supervisors passed a motion to make East Popular Street a one-way during weekends in October because of the Horror Hall fundraiser event. Horror Hall will be open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday during the month . The proceeds from the annual event will go to the fire department.
•Alan Baranski of NEPA Alliance said the township is in good financial standing going into the fourth quarter of the year.