Pine Township Supervisors declared it achieved the deadline to utilize for funding to upgrade Greenwood Street.
At Wednesday’s assembly, Chairman David Johnston reported an amended software for much more than $1.2 million was despatched to the state Office of Neighborhood and Financial Advancement requesting a grant from its multimodal transportation fund.
“We made the deadline. The revised software was submitted Jan. 6. The deadline for the grant was Jan. 15,” he reported.
At the supervisors’ December conference, Johnson described he was contacted by a DCED consultant regarding an software the township submitted for a lesser volume of funding to maintenance a part of Greenwood Road. The representative inquired no matter if the supervisors had scaled again the task since they had been anxious about the 30 % match for the funding.
Johnson reported he explained the township has constrained funds and attempted to prepare a job within just perimeters that it would not have difficulties budgeting a match.
The consultant claimed the match would be waived for municipalities that have profitable programs.
Soon after hearing the report from Johnson, the board authorized publishing a ask for to maintenance the whole road’s foundation and resurface the freeway.