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The meeting of the Harford Township Supervisors on August 26 covered considerable territory, however briefly. These "second meetings of the month" don't bother with considering old minutes, or bills, or treasurer's reports. This one jumped right into the sewer with a briefing by Carl Shiner, representing David Klepadlo Associates, engineers for the township sewer system. Mr. Shiner presented some documents that will allow work to proceed on relocating part of the sewer main line in the village. Moving the sewer line will make room for a PENNDOT bridge project over Leslie Creek. According to Mr. Shiner, about 240 feet of the sewer pipe will be involved. He said that only about 80 feet of that will be in the state right of way, which is reimbursable by the state at 90 percent. The rest is fully reimbursable. Mr. Shiner said the bridge was a "pretty involved project," and that the sewer realignment will require some small easements from affected property owners in the village. The sewer work is expected to begin very soon.
An 18-year-old Carbondale man will spend the next two months to 12 months in the Susquehanna County Jail following his arrest for criminal incidents in the Borough of Forest City.
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