Antrim Township briefs

April 28, 2010|By KATE S. ALEXANDER

Antrim exceeds budget on snow removal

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Antrim Township will pave only five roads in 2010 because heavy snowfall this past winter forced the road crews to exceed the budgeted amount by 223 percent, officials said.

Township Administrator Brad Graham told township supervisors Tuesday evening that Antrim has spent $65,799 on road maintenance, snow removal and ice removal.

Two major storms kept crews working on the roads for days this winter.

The 2010 budget allotted $29,500 for maintenance, snow removal and ice removal, Graham said.

To offset the additional cost incurred for removing snow, Graham said the township will pave one less road in 2010.

Park grants awarded

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Antrim Township awarded more than $27,000 in park grants this year to area organizations with facilities used by township residents.

More than $106,000 in grant money was requested from the township by 11 area organizations.

Those receiving awards Tuesday were the State Line Youth League, State Line Ruritan, Kauffman Ruritan Community Center, GA Midget Football, Greencastle-Antrim YMCA, Jerome King Playground Association, Greencastle-Antrim Soccer Association, Greencastle-Antrim Baseball/Softball Association, Greencastle American Youth Soccer and the American Legion.

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