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Susquehanna County residents may be surprised on April 1, 2009, when the Pennsylvania PSPCA, based in Philadelphia, will be turning over the approximately 89-year old Susquehanna County Humane Society facility to a new, local board. The Pennsylvania PSPCA took the reins in 1999 and built a new home/shelter and house for a new shelter manager, hoping to make a difference in this area.
Recent speculation that camp-related strife at the New Milford Township meetings might cease, after the announcement of the camp's closing a few months ago, was proven to be overly optimistic at the February 18 meeting. Visitors approached the supervisors yet again to inquire about the situation, the discussion beginning with a question regarding a previous Transcript article. The article related that the engineer inspecting the site declared the sewage system sufficient to handle the use of 47 sites. This was confirmed, though it was pointed out that it was DEP which said that the camp could open those sites; the engineer only stated that the system could handle it.
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