A $376,223 state grant will help Penn Township replace a more than 100-year-old waterline along the Pine Creek stream bed.
A $376,223 state grant will help Penn Township replace a more than 100-year-old waterline along the Pine Creek stream bed. Centre Daily Times, file
A $376,223 state grant will help Penn Township replace a more than 100-year-old waterline along the Pine Creek stream bed. Centre Daily Times, file

Penn Township nets $376,223 for waterline project

March 31, 2017 04:35 PM

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