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County receives ‘numerous requests’ for Shale money

October 24, 2012

Photo by Ted Lutz – Ben Lockwood (left), the director of development for HousingVisions of Syracuse, asks the McKean County Board of Commissioners to tap its allotment of Marcellus Shale money for the $50,000 county share for a proposed “affordable housing” project in Bradford. Lisa Keck (right), the Elm Street project manager for Bradford, accompanied Lockwood at the meeting Tuesday at the county courthouse in Smethport. The commissioners tabled the request.

SMETHPORT – The McKean County share of Marcellus Shale money hasn’t yet arrived but municipalities and organizations already are reaching out for a piece of the pie.

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