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Decrease in landfill revenue taking toll on township

May 7, 2014

Photo by Amy Cherry Fox Township Supervisors Dave Mattiuz, Mike Keller and Randy Gradizzi, discuss the restrictions on township expenses due to a decrease in landfill host fee income during their recent meeting.

KERSEY – The drastic decrease in landfill host fee income is taking its toll on Fox Township.
Most recently the Squab Hollow Road project was a point of discussion during the Fox Township Supervisors meeting on Wednesday evening.
Resident Chuck Grazioli inquired about the status of the paving of the road to which Supervisor Mike Keller responded the township is not 100 percent sure of their plans.
"With the reduction in funds, road projects are really being examined closely by the board. We're not sure what degree or what we're going to do with Squab Hollow Road this year," Keller said. "We are going to do some prep work because we did discuss it. The degree is going to depend on the money available."

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