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Some township residents in Franklin County will get hit with a double whammy next year when they'll pay more for water and sewer service from Columbus on top of a new surcharge to help the county recoup maintenance costs on its water and sewer lines.
One Calvary Baptist Church member, who said Monday that his children were waiting with bated breath to hear a Centre Region Council of Governments decision on whether the church could hook up to public sewer, had bad news to deliver after the vote.
Borda News-Post Staff There is no legal reason to keep 500 acres from being annexed by the city this year, Frederick planning commissioners concluded Wednesday. They liked some of what they saw in the Crum and Keller annexation plans Wednesday --
The borough's water system pumphouse and sewage treatment plant will get complete renovations as part of a $2.1 million energy-savings project. The Bellefonte Borough Authority, which provides water and sewer service, approved the project Monday at a
Borda News-Post Staff The Frederick city planning commissioners agreed unanimously Monday that they want more details about Crum Farm Land LLC's request to annex an additional 250 acres before they make a recommendation to the mayor and Board of
Many Warren County residents could pay more for sewer service in 2012, but the increase would be less than in Hamilton County. Warren County commissioners have made no final decisions, but recently they heard a proposal to increase the sewer rate 3
During a city workshop Wednesday, aldermen discussed the effects of adjusting some fees and how they are allocated. The city collects impact fees to help fund development and construction. Residential impact fees are now paid at the same level for
The Certificate of Zoning Compliance means that Penn National Gaming can start on the foundation and steelwork of the casino and on a parking garage. The company has permits from the state to do that work, but not for other construction, such as
The district's board of directors voted Wednesday night for a rate increase that will see residents pay a $3.50 per month increase beginning in fiscal year 2011-12. Current residential charges are $24 each month and $288 a year...Non-residential
For as far back as anyone can remember, the 310 residential sewer customers in this tiny town of 1,600 have been paying $1 a year for all that they flush or send down the drain. But tough economic times mean that greatly subsidized rate could be