HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -
Harrisburg leaders are now scaling back plans to study the city's sinkhole problem.
A study that was previously approved by city council will now just focus on the 1400 block of South 14th Street. The city engineer says they need to determine what's going on there before they can think about the larger area in the south end.
Since the study is smaller, it will cost the city less. The price tag is around $38,000 and it will take five weeks to complete.
The study should start once the contract is signed at the next city council legislative session.