Do you already
Project Approved Despite Cost To Taxpayers And Other Borough Needs
Editor’s Note: The following is a reprint, with permission, from the PA Attorney General’s Office.
HARRISBURG (August 4) - Auditor General Jack Wagner said a special investigation found that two council members in the Borough of Starrucca, Wayne County, were the primary beneficiaries of a council decision to secure a $70,000 loan to renovate a seldom used bridge, without regard to other borough needs or the cost to borough taxpayers.
Road-related matters, both positive and negative, were the focus of Clifford Township’s September 8 meeting.
Through the Dirt and Gravel Road Program, the township will receive $9,277 to repair Osweld-Johnson Road, provided that some conditions are met. First, the township must provide $2,800 for the project, which may be met through in-kind services. Secondly, the road must be topped with state-ag certified driving surface aggregate, which is designed to adhere better than traditional aggregate.
This site is on a subscription only basis. The Obit and Classified pages have open access. You will need to be a paid subscriber to have complete access to the entire Susquehanna County Transcript website.
Thank you for visiting!
News | Living | Sports | Schools | Churches | Ads | Events
Military | Columns | Ed/Op | Obits | Archive | Subscribe
Thanks for visiting our web site!