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Supervisors decide on use of Act 13 money

February 21, 2013

Photo by Colin Deppen Thursday nights meeting of the Jay Township Board of Supervisors, pictured, included discussion of how some $70,000 in Act 13 natural gas impact fee will be spent as well as a proposed plan to drill for natural gas beneath the township's Byrnes Run watershed.

JAY TWP. - After months of deliberation, the Jay Township Board of Supervisors reached a decision on how to spend some $70,000 in Act 13 natural gas impact fee money received by the board.

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