SANATOGA PA – The April 2014 warrant of Lower Pottsgrove Township – which provides details on where the municipality’s revenues came from during the fourth month of the year, and on what and with whom it spent money – is now available on the Resources Page of The Sanatoga Post.
Total expenditures for the month were listed as $618,604, of $1.77 million spent so far this year. The document was e-mailed May 29 (2014) to The Post from the municipal building, following its approval during the Board of Commissioners‘ meeting of May 22.
- Find all warrants archived by The Post as Adobe Acrobat documents, here. Most take about a minute or less to download over a high-speed (DSL, cable, or FIOS) Internet connection.
Warrants are printed and can always be viewed for free at the municipal building, 2199 Buchert Rd., Pottstown PA, during regular office hours Mondays through Fridays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Post supplies these materials exactly as received from the township, and makes no guarantee expressed or implied that they are complete, accurate, or faithful reproductions of the actual documents. The Post has had no hand in their creation or submission. Before taking any action based on the contents of any documents offered here, The Post strongly suggests you consult with appropriate professionals for advice.
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