SUNBURY — Northumberland County filed legal action against Coal Township for what Commissioners Rick Shoch and Sam Schiccatano view as excessive permit fees over construction of the new county prison site.The county, which previously paid $161,724 in third-party inspection fees, paid the additional $220,801 under protest last year.
SUNBURY — Northumberland County on Wednesday filed legal action against Coal Township for what Commissioners Rick Shoch and Sam Schiccatano view as excessive permit fees over construction of the new county prison site.The county, which previously paid $161,724 in third-party inspection fees, paid the additional $220,801 under protest last year.
By Justin Strawser and Francis ScarcellaThe Daily ItemSUNBURY — Nearly 5 percent of the assessed property in Northumberland is designated as tax exempt. Northumberland County, the largest and most populous in the Valley, has 49,163 properties with a total assessed value of $967,418,073.
2/2: Streets include: 2nd Street from Chestnut Street to Arch St; 4th Street from Chestnut Street to Woodlawn Avenue; 5th Street from Chestnut Street to Woodlawn Avenue; 6th Street from Woodlawn Avenue to Market Street; and all of Market Street from Front Street to 10th Street
1/2: The city of Sunbury will start removing snow from all metered street starting at 11 p.m. tonight to 8 a.m. Thursday, according to city's clerk office. All vehicles must be removed from those streets. Vehicles that are not removed may be ticketed & towed at owner’s expense
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