$516K for Road Work Gets Green Light

The loan will carry the township until the summer when state funds will become available.

According to The Times Herald, the Lower Providence Township Board of Supervisors approved a bond issue for $516,564 to pay for road work until state funds from the Department of Community and Economic Development become available sometime this summer. The bond reportedly would cost the township $3,436.

The board also gave the go ahead for officials to apply for a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for $252,000 for bus shelters and approved software purchases and server upgrades totalling $46,000. 

Read more about the meeting here.

JOHN ANDREWS March 24, 2013 at 07:57 PM
How many bus shelters?


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