WAYNESBORO, Pa. ? A Chambersburg, Pa., engineering firm took heat Wednesday for failing to meet a September deadline for its study of the Borough of Waynesboro's problematic storm-water system.
A representative of Dennis E. Black Engineering contended that his hands are tied until Land & Mapping Services of Clearfield, Pa., turns over aerial photographs and corresponding maps started this spring.
"We've only received an eighth so far of what we should be getting," Lee Zeger said, speaking on behalf of Dennis E. Black Engineering.
Once the maps have been received, an additional two months will be required for engineers to pinpoint problems, make recommendations and estimate costs, Zeger told the Waynesboro Borough Council.