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December 03, 2016
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Lackawaxen supports Wayne libraries

The budget includes $2,229,803 in general fund spending, of which $1,009,281 funds public safety and $133,000 goes to highways.

The budget will be finalized in December.

In other business, the supervisors adopted their Ordinance 101, which allows adoption of a new franchise agreement with Blue Ridge Communications.

They also approved a motion that the Woodloch Springs Welcome Center and Market, which is to open in the spring, is qualified for the township’s five-year pro-rated tax abatement program.

They further approved contract for Allen Kowalczyk’s selected timber removal on the 139-acre township building property, accepted Jim Jennings’ resignation from the zoning hearing board and approved a two-lot consolidation at Blue Herron Woods for Christopher Kilmer.