Money from the County

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Scholastic, arts and cultural offerings in the Mid Valley School District received extra funding thanks to a $3,370.79 check from the Lackawanna County Commissioners, which represented the district's portion of the revenue generated from the recent judicial sale. Tax delinquent properties were sold by the County's Tax Claim Bureau and returned to the tax rolls, which in turn aided the operations of several County municipalities and school districts. From left: O'Malley; district superintendent Randy Perry and commissioners Wansacz and O'Brien.

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