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PLYMOUTH TWP. — The 30 residents involved in round two of the hazard-mitigation grant buyout will be immediately contacted by phone regarding their claim, it was announced Monday night.


Township Solicitor Robert Zarota will be at the township municipal building from 2-4 p.m. Friday and 5-7 p.m. Monday to help the residents fill out the benefit forms.


In other matters:


• Supervisors adopted a resolution to change Flat Road in the township from an R2 residential zone to an agricultural and commercial zone. Supervisor Chairwoman Gale Conrad said no homes can be in that area due to the flooding.


• NEPA Alliance’s Alan Baranski said the township’s status “is in good shape this time of the year” regarding the earned income tax. The first quarter of the year is typically “lean,” Baranski said, but the addition of the $25,000 check from the Centax settlement put the township ahead of where it normally is this time of year.


Baranski also said the “recovery project is progressing and that the township is in good shape.”


• On April 13, the Plymouth Township Volunteer Fire Company & Rescue/Tilbury Station will have a full spaghetti dinner and mini bazaar. The family-oriented event will include music, entertainment and refreshments. Tickets are $10 and can be obtained at the fire department at 11 E. Poplar St., West Nanticoke.


Call the fire company at 570-735-7899 for more information.


The next supervisors’ meeting will take place at 6 p.m. May 6.

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