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Municipalities do their best to provide amenities, services, ordinances that benefit residents

Rick Stuchal, Mercer Township supervisor, surveys a pile of salt ready for the upcoming winter. Shane Potter/Butler Eagle

It may be a park, a junk ordinance or top notch snow removal, but all municipalities in Butler County try to provide the things residents want and need.

In Adams Township, which has experienced a housing boom in the past several years, township manager Gary Peaco said a great township staff, police force, fire department and road crew work hard each day to make the municipality an attractive place to live.

Peaco said tax dollars support the Adams Township and Callery volunteer fire companies, the Mars Area Public Library and the parks, among other things.

“The supervisors have been really proactive in the last several years in creating amenities in the park,” he said.

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