WALSTON â€” The chairman of the Young Township Board of Supervisors said officials will further explore issues pertaining to billing, bookkeeping and other items after a recent audit revealed some questions.
â€śWe will further study some of the records before we conclude what has taken place,â€ť Chairman Andrew â€śButchâ€ť Meterko said following the boardâ€™s meeting Wednesday. â€śThereâ€™s no evidence of anything yet.â€ť
BROOKVILLE â€” The Pennsylvania Senateâ€™s vote to approve a $27.65 billion spending plan Wednesday indicates a more hopeful outcome for the stateâ€™s human services field.
The budget bill, which was approved on a vote of 39-8, restores around $500 million in cuts to education, social services and other areas proposed by Republican Gov. Tom Corbett in his $27.14 billion proposal.
The measure will now be sent to the state House.
â€śItâ€™s good to see from my perspective that negotiations have at least begun,â€ť Jefferson County Children & Youth Services Director Brian Mowrey said Wednesday.