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The primary function of second-class township government in Pennsylvania is to maintain its roads. The state provides a subsidy for that purpose, and most of a township’s human and financial resources are applied to its roads. Such is the case in Harford, which is “second-class” only in a legal sense. Harford’s Roadmaster is also chairman of its Board of Supervisors, and Terry VanGorden is so exasperated with some local drivers that he vowed to start “taking names” at the Supervisors’ meeting on May 26.
According to information gathered by this reporter from the agenda of the May 28 meeting held at the EMA Conference Room, The Susquehanna County Commissioners meeting quickly prevailed.
Seminar requests were approved for Emergency Management’s Charlene Moser and Scott Aylesworth to attend PEMA Exercise Design and Evaluation Course at a cost of $480.00 to the County.
Charmarie Bisel of Children and Youth will be attending an Introduction to the Safety Assessment & Management Process, total cost $184.95 with a $36.99 cost to the County.
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