LANCASTER TWP — Three municipalities met Wednesday evening to formulate questions about a sewer authority's planned expansion.
Harmony, Lancaster Township and Zelienople officials discussed their concerns for nearly two hours Wednesday about Western Butler County Authority's proposed, but now rescinded, Act 537 plan — which included a pump station replacement and a water pollution control facility upgrade — and formulated questions to send to the authority.
Greg Such, president of Harmony Borough Council and the borough's representative at the authority, said he believed the session was worthwhile.
“A lot of the questions have been asked and they have been answered, but the questions were not asked with the right slant and the answers did not have the expected clarity,” Such said.
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