UNION TWP. —The Northwest Area School Board voted in special session on Monday to enact a resolution approving a tax-anticipation loan of $2.69 million with the First Keystone Community Bank and retained the services of attorney John Audi as solicitor for the 2014-15 term.
The vote was unanimous among five school directors in attendance to approved the loan at an interest rate of .95 percent.
The vote on Audi, who is associated with the firm of Sweet, Stevens, Katz and Williams, was also unanimous.
School director Albert Gordon clarified that his vote at the July 16 meeting was in favor of granting the change order request of Popple Construction on a project at the athletic fieldhouse. It was previously report ed that Gordon voted against the proposal