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Letter to the Editor
Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013, 8:55 p.m.

Many thanks to the VND for the article “Neighborhood braces for major sewer project” (Aug. 15), which shed some light on the proposed Melzena Street sewer project in Springdale Township.

After the article ran, the township commissioners, at their meeting that night, definitely changed their attitude. It seems they're becoming more approachable and helpful because of the newspaper's interest.

Unfortunately, the commissioners never have scheduled a meeting with residents, which they promised to do at the Aug. 15 meeting. There has not been any follow-up or response from the township in regard to any of the questions we posed. And our street continues being dug up.

Denise Korzon

Springdale Township

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