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The major item on a sparse agenda for the Harford Township Supervisors on November 25 was the budget. The proposed budget, prepared by Secretary and Supervisor-to-be Sue Furney, was said to be the same in total as last year, although there were inevitably changes to individual items. Actually, the Township expense budget is just about $6,000 higher than last year, covered by increases in some revenue items. For example, the budget anticipates about $1,500 more in real estate taxes; another $1,000 more is expected from the District Justice. However, the budget does not require an increase in any tax rates.
In a bold move last week, the Susquehanna County Board of Commissioners eliminated the Management Information Services Department (MISD) and placed the responsibility of keeping the countys computer system running smoothly in the hands of an independent computer firm.
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