WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The embattled Washington Township Supervisors and Washington Township Municipal Authority (WTMA) have a sit-down session scheduled for Tuesday, and early drafts of the agenda reflect dozens of items to be discussed.
The public meeting has been scheduled for 7 p.m. in the municipal offices on South Welty Road.
Supervisors Chairman Carroll Sturm recently took an early step in a process that could eventually dissolve the WTMA, which manages the township's water and sewer systems. WTMA generates its revenue from developers' fees and its customers' payments for services.
One WTMA board member fired back last Wednesday, saying Sturm has a "personal vendetta" against the municipal authority.
"You have the absolute right to dissolve WTMA, (but) I encourage you to think long and hard about the consequences and the motive," C. Stewart McCleaf said.
McCleaf, a former supervisor who remains on the WTMA board, encouraged the other four supervisors to resist "the whim of one individual with an ax to grind."