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Municipal News

By Miranda Startare

Carroll Township Board of Supervisors heard from residents about issues with water and flooding on their properties at the March 5 monthly meeting.

Dennis Fedorchak, Gary Leavengood, and Eric Varga, all residents of Armstrong Drive, gave similar descriptions of water making its way into their basements and damaging their driveways and properties. The storm water is rolling towards their houses, according to the property owners, who are seeking a solution to the problem from the township. The supervisors shared in their concerns for resolving the problem and told the residents they would be investigating the properties and any water drainage issues in the area to help find a solution.

Also at the meeting, the board opened and read the requests for proposals for the 2019 paving project, choosing Victor Paving Construction Company, at the lowest bid of $170,481.80. Other proposals were from El Grande and Morgan Excavating. The extensive paving project will include Hazelkirk, Orchard, and Greenridge and requires an outside contractor for completion.

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