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By MICHAEL SELL
For the Herald 

Greenfield Township Board Members Recognize Boy Scouts

 

Michael Sell

Boy Scout Troop 365 was recognized by the Greenfield Township Board of Supervisors for their assistance with the township's annual clean-up day, which was held on April 24. Supervisors thanked troop members for their contributions and presented them with a $150 check. Shown are (left to right) Leader Travis Finnegan, Parker Ebersole, Leader Doug Ebersole, Riley Ebersole, Trevor Finnegan, Matthew Treon, board chairman, Joseph Claar, vice-chairman, and Jordan Oldham, supervisor.

Greenfield Township board members accepted a bid of $114,194 from New Enterprise Stone & Lime to pave Evergreen Road, Locust Street, Mansion Drive, Spruce Street, Hickory Drive and portions of Walnut Street at their July 6 meeting. Work is to be completed no later than Sept. 15.

The township passed an ordinance enacting the volunteer firefighter tax credit. Any member of the Claysburg Volunteer Fire Company or Blue Knob Volunteer Fire Company who resides in the township and participates in at least 30 percent each of their organization's calls, training and fundraising will be eligible...



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