Date: April 6, 1979
Article: S. Middleton reviews plan for evacuees
SOUTH MIDDLETON TOWNSHIP –
Supervisors Thursday night reviewed plans for hosting evacuees from eastern Cumberland County, if an evacuation is ordered.
Ann Neimer, township secretary-treasurer, outlined activities planned for evacuees who would be housed in South Middleton Schools in the event of an emergency.
It includes provision for registration, security, first aid, recreation, and even provisions for evacuated household pets.
Neimer and the supervisors worked through the last week with county emergency prepardness officials on the possibility of the township serving as a host area, she said.
In other business, the supervisors awarded a contract to Frank Slyder, Mount Holly Springs, for the installation of two fire hydrants in Pine Road Heights.
One would be at McLand Drive and Sunset Drive, the other at McLand Drive and Sycamore Drive.
The board also reappointed Richard Ingle to the Municipal Authority and accepted the appointment of Roger Morgenthal as solicitor to the Planning Commission.