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November 13, 2013

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NEW CASTLE — Pulaski plans budget unveiling

At their recent meeting, the Pulaski Township supervisors:

•Announced the proposed 2014  budget will be advertised Nov. 15 and will be available for public inspection at the township building during regular hours from Nov. 18 to Dec. 13. The budget figures are not yet available, but Varano said no tax increase is proposed.

 •Authorized Frank B. Taylor Engineering to do a weight limit study on Evergreen Road because of concerns about logging trucks using the road and other truck traffic from   two well pads in the area.

•Announced the township’s Light-Up Night is at 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8 at the township park on Schoolhouse Road. Tree lighting will take place at the road and there  refreshments will be served.

•Agreed to purchase about 100 tons of road salt through the state COSTARS purchasing program from North American Salt, which has several locations in Ohio and Pennsylvania, for $57.38 per ton, delivered.

•Approved purchase of 100 pounds of antiskid material from McClymonds Trucking in Butler for $4.50 per ton.

•Donated $200 to police Sgt. Chad Adams for his ride in the Police Unity Tour in memory of the late Jerry McCarthy.

•Donated $100 to the Shop With a Cop program.

 

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