HARRISBURG – Spring Township, Snyder County is receiving a more than $700,000 grant for reconstruction of a busy local road. The Commonwealth Financing Authority announced two awards for Snyder County municipalities.
Spring Township has been awarded $790,400 for reconstruction of Sawmill Road. The road will be widened and resurfaced, making it safer for traffic. Stormwater issues would also be mitigated through the installation of new storm inlets and piping.
Selinsgrove will receive $200,000 to assist with the installation of street lights along West Pine Street from High Street to University Avenue. This would help to connect Susquehanna University’s lighting with the borough’s central business district.