Ara Kervandjian, of Progress Development Group, has been named the source of $3,600 to bridge a funding gap between CATA and the Bellefonte Borough.
Borough Manager Ralph Stewart named Kervandjian on Wednesday, saying the Borough Council would officially accept this offer on Monday night at their council meeting.
“We will then notify CATA not to cut any services,” he said in an email.
A Progress Development Group representative could not be reached for comment.
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