*Charles Jacob will continue as Chairman of the Warwick Township Board of Supervisors. Bill Ream will serve as Vice Chairman. Jim Barker is the third Supervisor. The supervisors will continue to meet on the first Tuesday of the month.
*Andrew Donaldson was reappointed to the Planning Commission. Thomas Porter was appointed to fill out Doug Berg's unexpired term. The Planning Commis-sion meets on the third Tuesday at 7 pm.
*Elaine Adams was reappointed to the Historical Commission. The Historical Commis-sion meets on the third Monday at 7:30 pm.
*The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has an injunction against the Warwick Drainage Company in an attempt to force it to upgrade its facilities. The Warwick Drainage Company provides waste water treatment for St. Peter's Village and the townhouses just north of the village along St. Peters Road. The Warwick Drainage Company has been cited by DEP for many violations since 1985. Some progress is being made.
*The township has been intently trying to collect information from landlords in St. Peter's Village on the extent of which some properties have been converted into apartments. Reasons for this is to determine how many units need service from the Warwick Drainage Company and also for taxation purposes.
*An extention was granted until February 1, 2005 for the Viguers subdivision on Hopewell Road. The Munsinger subdivision has been extended until February 12. Lot 7 of Warwick Farms has been approved with conditions. Forty five acres will be added to lot 10 and lot 7 will remain at 54 acres. Another shetch plan has been submitted for the Bates subdivision which is opposite the Warwick Township building along route 23. The grouping of 45 units has been moved back some what from route 23 with an entry and exit road.
*Zoning officer Del Dimmitt had placed a cease and desist order on Rotelle Builders on Lot 3 at Victoria of Warwick near Knauertown. Rotelle Builders had started work on the $225,000 home without a permit. A permit for a holding tank has been issued for a period of six months on the Styer - DeStephano property on Harmonyville Road until they are able to get a permanent system working.
*The supervisors approved a resolution which allows visitors five minutes to comment on items on the agenda or on other issues of which they are concerned.