January 3, 2022 Agenda

Reorganization Meeting

  1. Swearing in of Council Members: Barry Delissio, Melanie Litz, Jimmy Mahinske and Vince Harding, Mayor Joe Zaccagnini, Tax Collector Cindy Delissio and Auditor Diane Tranchini by Magistrate Conway
  2. Appointment of President and Vice President of Council
  3. Call to Order, Roll Call and Pledge of Allegiance
  4. Appointment of Committees
  5. Adjournment

Monthly Meeting

1. Call to Order, Roll Call, Pledge of Allegiance, a motion to accept the minutes of the Regular Meeting on December 7, 2021 and the Special Meeting on December 28, 2021

2. Opportunity for citizen’s comments

3. Report of the Mayor

4. Secretary’s Report, presentation of the monthly bills, labor report, tax collection, insurance and approval and payment of monthly bills as presented 

5. Sewage Department Report
• Approval and payment of monthly bills presented
• Approval and payment of Consent Order bills
• Approval and payment of Sewer repair bills

• Sewage Delinquency Report

FTMSA Meeting Correspondence

Disconnection of taps for properties with water shut offs-letter

6. Public Works:
• J.M. Hall Estate Trust Report

• Approval and payment of Maintenance repair bills
• Maintenance Work Progress Sheet

  • CDBG – status on Filmore Wall
  • Water company repairs for Kennedy Avenue

                                                         7. Public Safety:

• Mark Cypher’s report as UCC Official, code enforcement, zoning and Property Maint. Officer
• Animal Control
• UCC Code & Property Maintenance Progress Sheet

  • Resolution for update of building permit fee schedule
  • Emergency expenditure for adding stone for safety around Trail area parking

8. Announcements / Correspondence:
• Reschenthaler – Pittman – Brooks

9. Old Business:
• Export Historical Society update

Naming of Heritage Square
• Post Office –complaints
• Mine entrance update

10. New Business:

11. Adjournment

Meeting Agenda for the December 28, 2021 Special Meeting

1. Call to Order, Roll Call and Pledge of Allegiance

2. Opportunity for citizen’s comments

3. Ordinance 2021-1 Reasonable Regulations for Apartment Dwellings

4. Adoption of the 2022 Budget

5. Approval and payment of monthly bills presented

6. Approval and payment of monthly sewage bills as presented

7. Resolution for the release of no lien letters for lateral inspections that are completed

8. Resolution for update of building permit fee schedule

9. Adjournment

Export Light Up Night 2021

Export Light Up Night will be on Friday December 3 from 6-9. Catch the fish fry at the Moose from 4-8 before you head over. Santa arrives at 7, and there will be music outside of Jiggers from 8-10!

Meeting Agenda 9/28/21

1. Call to Order, Roll Call, Pledge of Allegiance

2. Approval and submittal of all documentation for the 2022 CDBG Application

3. Approval to sign and submit the 2021 CDBG Subrecipient Agreement

4. Approval and payment of monthly bills as presented

5. Approval and payment of Gibson Thomas bills as presented

6. Adjournment

Export Ethnic Food and Music Festival

August 21, 2021

Join us for food and craft and beverage vendors on Washington Avenue in
downtown Export. Enjoy special events at downtown businesses! There will be a kids activity area and music on two stages!

Ethnic Food and Music Festival Export, PA

Veterans Banners

Veterans Banners have proven to be a remarkable success! Currently, purchasing new banners is closed. Thanks to Kathy Wilson for her countless hours spent making this project happen. The effort really shows! The banners are beautiful. Here is a link you can click that shows the location of all the banners.
Export PA War Memorial

Export War Memorial Project

The Veteran’s Memorial & Community Honor Roll was re-dedicated in its new location at Heritage Square, downtown Export, on Memorial Day, May 31st, 2021.  This amazing project was initiated by former resident and Veteran Gary Wuslich and completed by a joint effort of the Export Historical Society, Export Borough, and local Veteran’s associations such as the White Valley Amvets and Export and Murrysville American Legion Posts.  The memorial was funded by generous sponsors and grants obtained by the Export Historical Society.  No public tax dollars were used to fund the project.