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Wetmore Township to request PennDOT speed survey

July 1, 2014

Photo by Amy Geer – The Wetmore Township supervisors will accept any bids for this 2005 Ford 550. After two public advertised bidding periods with minimum bids resulted in no offers, the truck is now offered for sale with no minimum required. Bids may be accepted at the township building on Spring Street in East Kane.

After receiving a request from a resident of Burning Well Road, the Wetmore Township supervisors agreed on a motion to request a speed study, to be conducted by PennDOT to determine the speed limit on the road. According to township secretary/treasurer and supervisor Elaine Bodistow, there is currently no speed limit signs on the road, which means that drivers can assume that the state speed limit, 55 miles per hour, is in effect. Bodistow pointed out that should the study find that the speed limit should be less than 45 miles per hour, the township would be responsible to purchase the new signs.

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