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LINDA SCOTT Abington Journal Correspondent



Ben Jackson won second place in the People's Choice Awards of the ninth annual Glenburn Art Show for his piece, “Louis Armstrong.”
Ben Jackson won second place in the People's Choice Awards of the ninth annual Glenburn Art Show for his piece, “Louis Armstrong.”
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Glenburn Township supervisors passed the budget for 2014, which included no tax increase, during its monthly meeting Monday, Dec. 16.


The supervisors also discussed their concerns regarding PennDOT’s planned project that will include work being done to a 7.8 mile stretch of Routes 6 and 11, from Clarks Summit to Factoryville. The project is scheduled to take three years and be completed in 2016.


“We need to get the PennDOT representatives to come to a meeting and find out what they intend to do so that we can tell the public,” said Malcom McGregor, township solicitor.


“If they are going to add more traffic lights then are we going to be responsible for the electric and maintenance costs?” asked Bill Wicks, supervisor.


Glenburn Township recently held its ninth annual art show and sale in the township building, located at 54 Waterford Rd., Glenburn. The supervisors announced the winners of People’s Choice Awards- first place, Sarah Miller for “September Invitation”; second and third place, Ben Jackson for “Louis Armstrong” and “Steppenwolf”; and fourth place, Sue Hand for “Hot Air Ballooning.”

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