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KPI Technology is a full service environmental & civil engineering consulting firm with its primary offices located in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. A Northern York County regional office is located in Dillsburg, Pennsylvania to serve clients in the York Coun
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Larry Lambert made a motion to appoint Tim Knoebel of KPI Technology as the township engineer at the rate of $68.00 per hour.
Ed Balsavage stated Tim Knoebel was the engineer for Hill and KPI and they are trying to get back the continuity.
Vote for Timothy Knoebel
: Balsavage, Lambert, Shambaugh - Aye; Decker, Lerew - Opposed.
Tim Knoebel of KPI Technology presented a memo outlining the steps in the process: I. Initial Review and Scope of Development , II.Prepare Draft Ordinance/Map/District Regulations, III.Workshops, IV.Revisions and Final Draft Preparation , V. Review and Adoption
It was decided it would be better to do the workshops together with the planning commission and board of supervisors.
Information in the comprehensive plan will be used.Engineer Knoebel
will prepare progress memos to keep the planning commission and board of supervisors informed.
will do a technical memo detailing the time line.
Anyone who has information or questions should contact Tim Knoebel
has worked on zoning ordinances.He
will also have an independent planner review the ordinance.The planning has already been done for the comprehensive plan.
Evening Sun Online - LOCAL NEWS
Borough engineer Tim Knoebel, of KPI Technology, said replacing the sewer lines on Marie Lane should take about two months and should not affect traffic.
"(It's) just a minor inconvenience," Knoebel
said there are about 15 homes on Marie Lane.
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
The chairman of the board, Supervisor Balsavage, principle of Advantage Engineering, performed engineering services on the Ken Lin Development under subcontract with the township engineer, Tim Knoebel, of KPI Technology.
KPI engineer Tim Knoebel questioned what the board would ask of new customers and was told they would buy their pump.
â€œWhat youâ€™re doing is typical,â€� he
assured the board.