Here’s How Township Spent $654,211 in April
SANATOGA PA – Lower Pottsgrove Township spent $654,211 on its operations during the month of April 2020, and a total of $2.23 million during its first four months of the fiscal year, it reported with the Friday (May 29, 2020) release of its monthly financial warrant.
The 17-page document details from whom and in what amounts the municipality obtained its revenues, and with whom and for what products and services it paid. It was approved during the township Board of Commissioners’ May 21 virtual meeting on Zoom.
A copy of the warrant is sent monthly to The Post at its request. The Post has no involvement in its compilation and presents the warrant exactly as received as a public service. Find this month’s warrant shared here from The Post’s Google Drive. Copies of the warrant also are available for viewing at the Buchert Road municipal building during regular business hours.
Lower Pottsgrove Board of Commissioners’ May 21 (2020) meeting coverage:
- Commissioners Set Snell Bridge Weight Limits
- Sewer Inspections Needed for Deed Transfers
- Here’s How Township Spent $654,211 in April
- Township Seeks Bids for Trash Hauling Contract