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Forks Township officials less than thrilled that 'shoddy' work has yet to be fixed as amphitheater gets ready for summer events.
The May 21 primary election features three Democrats vying for two seats on the Board of Supervisors. Supervisors Chairman Erik Chuss is running unopposed.
A supervisor, former supervisor and newcomer are squaring off for two seats on the Forks Township Board of Supervisors in Tuesday's primary election.
Three supervisor candidates—one incumbent and a former supervisor—are vying for the Democratic nomination in the May 21 primary election. Two seats are open.
Forks Township will hold a spring cleanup for curbside yard waste from May 13-17.
Palmer Township recently changed to a new trash hauling system.
Palmer Township residents go before Board of Supervisors to complain that Route 22 digital billboard is still too bright.
Forks supervisors say architect will present plans to fix amphitheater in time for summer use.
Forks Township officials have been dealing with leakage issues at new public works building for more than six months. A resolution may finally be near.
Forks Township officials want repairs to amphitheater done before summer begins.
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