Please take notice that the Special Supervisors meeting scheduled for November 30 has been cancelled as there is a lack of agenda items requiring action by the Board. The next Regular Supervisors meeting will be held on December 14, 2015.
Waverly Township's New Amphidrome Coldnite Advanced Treatment System
Waverly Township, PA. – June 19, 2014 – Waverly Township proudly announces the appointment of Christine Capozzi as Waverly Township Manager/Secretary and Zoning Officer.
Capozzi brings over two decades of experience to her new role at Waverly Township. She is recognized as an efficient communicator, a team builder and an action oriented leader. Christine has held marketing, management and business development positions for Benco Dental Company and Haband Company.
Waverly Board of Supervisors Chair Thomas Durbin said “The Waverly Board of Supervisor is pleased to announce the selection of Christine Capozzi to be our next township manager. Ms. Capozzi was selected from a competitive pool of candidates. Ms. Capozzi is a resident of Waverly Township and will be the first woman township manager in the history of Waverly. We look forward to working with her.”
Capozzi holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration with a concentration in marketing from Temple University.
The township manager is charged with overseeing the operations and personnel of the township in coordination with and under the direction of the township board of supervisors, which consists of Chairman Thomas Durbin, Vice Chairman Dr. Douglas Klamp, and Supervisor Ronald Whitaker.
For more information, contact Waverly Township, (570) 586-0111.
Waverly Township Maintenance personnel pick up leaves in the Autumn season, usually beginning around the third week in October and continuing until Thanksgiving, weather permitting. Leaves ONLY will be picked up. There are to be NO bags, sticks, branches or grass clippings. If any of these items are placed with the leaves, the entire pile will not be picked up. Please place the leaves in piles at the edge of your yard near the road, but please do not rake them into the ditches or cover the catch basins. Township employees and equipment will not go into driveways to pick up the leaves.
Per Waverly Twp. Ordinance # 106 all residential and commercial buildings in Waverly Twp. are to have their house numbers displayed so as to be clearly visible and easily read from the street. The numbers shall be no smaller than 3" tall and should allow emergency vehicles to readily identify the property from the street. In those cases when the numbers on the house cannot be read from the streeet due to distance or some other reason, the numbers should be placed on a post or rural delivery mail box located adjacent to the driveway entrance. Any questions regarding the placement of your numbers please contact Christine Capozzi at the Township Office (586-0111)
On March 22, 2013 Waverly Township was notified by PPL of a change in their policy regarding tree trimming in Waverly Township (and all other townships). The Township Shade Tree Commission will be meeting soon to discuss the implications to our Township and develop a path forward to work with the power company on implementing this policy within the Township.
The township has installed an 18 Hole Disc Golf Course on the recreational field adjacent to the township municipal office on Lake Henry Drive. The course was designed by Township Supervisor Dr. Douglas Klamp. Professional disc golf course designer, Dan Doyle, assisted with the placement of some of the tee areas and target locations. Professional-grade disc golf targets have been installed on holes 1 through 9 by the township maintenance staff. The course is available for use at no charge, environmental conditions permitting. An additional 9 holes has been laid out with temporary tees and targets in the area below and west of the sewer treatment lagoons. All 18 holes are playable; holes 10 through 18 are more challenging and more rustic terrain. The township now has various discs available for purchase at the township municipal office during regular business hours, or golfers may bring their own discs to play the course. The discs may be purchased at a cost of $ 10.00 @. Disc Golf is a very enjoyable recreational activity for all members of the family.
The schoolhouse, one of the oldest in Northeastern Pennsylvania, was built by Elder John Miller to serve as a meeting place to educate the first settler's children, including African Americans who had been enslaved. It was also used as a house of worshipfor our area's first congregations prior to building their respective churches. This small building represents Waverly's earliest history and much work is still needed to preserve it.
HELD ONCE PER YEAR; Township clean-up days for 2015 are scheduled for April 28th & 29th.
Areas north of Stevenson Road will be picked up on April 28th. Areas south of Stevenson Road will be picked up on April 29th.
All items, no larger than 2 men can lift, may be put out.
Paint cans with paint, automobile type batteries, all electronics (computers, TVs, microwaves), household garbage, and tires will NOT be picked up.
All appliances which contain Freon, e.g. refrigerators, air conditioners or dehumidifiers, must have a certificate attached to the appliance verifying that the Freon has been properly evacuated by a licensed appliance serviceman.
Scrap metal can be dropped off by the dumpster at the Township Building on Lake Henry Drive.
Please call us a (570) 586-0111 if you have any questions.