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Harrisburg to get $150K for meeting Public Works deadline

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -

Harrisburg's Public Works has completed a move from its location on S. 19th Street and will receive a $150,000 check for meeting a March 23 deadline.

Mayor Eric Papenfuse will receive a check from the Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority at a news conference Thursday afternoon, city spokeswoman Joyce Davis said.

Public Works moved out of its former facility adjacent to the trash incinerator, which the Lancaster Authority now owns, and relocated to the former Brenner car dealership on Paxton Street last weekend.

The city will receive a total of $300,000 to assist with the relocation.

The department had to complete the move in only a few weeks or the city risked losing half of the money the authority allocated for assistance.

 

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