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Susquehanna Boro has long been pursuing information about when the replacement of the bridge that runs under Main St. near the Drinker Creek park might take place, and at their June 15 meeting, council president Roy Williams and Mayor Denise Reddon announced that the project has finally been scheduled. The bad news is that it will not happen until some time around the spring of 2012. Representatives from PennDOT had visited the boro earlier in the day to go over details. The third turning lane has been closed off for quite some time, and when the project begins traffic will be reduced to one lane. Work is expected to take about six months to complete, during which time additional traffic signals will be set up. One of the trees on Main St. near the site will need to be removed, but will be replaced. Mr. Williams said that he had requested a representative from PennDOT to attend council's August committee meeting to go over details of the project with boro officials, and a public meeting will be scheduled for some time after that.
With plans to refinance the Clifford Township sewer loan, the Clifford Board of Supervisors compared quotes from People’s Bank and Community Bank and Trust Company at a business meeting held on June 14. Thus far, the township has only been paying interest on the loan. The supervisors passed a motion to bank with Community for an unsecured loan at a lower interest rate than that of People’s.
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