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Published: January 16, 2013
Representatives from Range Resources recently presented $30,000 to the West Pike Run Township supervisors. The donation will be deposited into a fund to help finance the extension of a water line on Whitehall Road and Pike Run Drive. This project will provide service to more than two dozen homes as well as the municipal building. In addition, West Pike Run was awarded an LSA $328,000 grant, $156,000 from Pennsylvania American Water and $62,000 from West Pike Run Township. From left are Andrea Cooper and Pete Miller, both from Range Resourses; Erin Sakalik, township manager; Richard Molish, chairman of the board of supervisors; and Phillip Podroskey, township supervisor.
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