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By MICHAEL SELL
For the Herald 

Claysburg Ministerium to Receive Upgrade with ARP Funds

 


Five roads in Greenfield Township are scheduled to be seal coated this summer. Supervisors accepted a bid of $86,606 from Russell Standard to sealcoat Lingenfelter Road, Burkett Hollow Road, Harker Road, Butler Hollow Road and Smith Corner Road.

The lone bid came close to a PennDOT cost estimate, stated Jordan Oldham, board chairman. In total, the project will improve about 2.5 miles of road. The resurfacing is to be completed on or before Sept. 15.

The board moved to donate $2,500 in American Rescue Plan funds to the Claysburg Ministerium to upgrade audio equipment used for community even...



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