YEAGERTOWN - Derry Township supervisors met with an attorney during an executive session held prior to the regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday.
Derry Township Supervisor John McCullough Jr. said the supervisors spoke with attorney Terry Williams, from the law firm Miller and Kessler of Centre County.
McCullough indicated that Tuesday's meeting was the first time the supervisors met with Williams. McCullough also said the purpose of the executive session meeting was to discuss Derry Township's relationship with Mifflin County Regional Police Department, but declined to comment further.
The supervisors also took the following actions during the meeting:
They authorized Derry Township Solicitor Steve Snook to draft an ordinance in compliance with Pennsylvania's new Right to Know Law, which will go into effect in 2009.
The supervisors accepted the resignation of Harold Harper from Derry Township Sewer Authority.
The supervisors discussed a letter received from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation concerning the acquisition of land in conjunction with a scheduled bridge replacement on Parcheytown Road in 2009.
They approved previously submitted plans concerning the rezoning of the Blossom Hill located in the township.
The Derry Township supervisors meet at 6 p.m. on the first and third Monday of each month at the Derry Township offices in Yeagertown.