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Washington Township briefs

October 02, 2007|By JENNIFER FITCH

Township still seeking wetlands donations



WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Fourteen wetlands preservation donations totaling $3,760 had been received at the Washington Township, Pa., offices by the end of business on Monday, Township Secretary Karen Hargrave told township supervisors.

The township supervisors next week will go to settlement on Pennersville Road land once targeted for a housing development.

Instead, they are seeking $150,000 in community contributions for the property in order to expand Happel's Meadow Wetlands Preserve. The supervisors said they will make up the shortage in donations by dipping into general funds.

People may make donations by calling the township at 717-762-3128.




Supervisors want more work on road



WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The Washington Township Supervisors on Monday decided to send the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation a letter asking it to broaden the scope of work planned for Pen Mar Road in 2008.

The supervisors will ask that Old Pen Mar Road and Airport Road be considered for upgrades as well.

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