– Rep. Torren Ecker (R-Adams/Cumberland) announced today that South Middleton Township will receive a grant of $500,000 from the Multimodal Transportation Fund for a streetscape improvement project located in Cumberland County.
“Our community is working to ensure that pedestrians in South Middleton are as safe as possible and this grant will go a long way in achieving that goal,” Ecker said. “We are thankful to the Commonwealth Financing Authority for helping Cumberland County fund these projects.”
South Middleton Township is planning on the installation of an ADA-accessible looped sidewalk and crosswalk system and traffic calming measures from the South Middleton School District Complex and throughout the Village of Boiling Springs.
The improvements will occur along First Street from High Street to Front Street and continue from Front Street to Arnold Street. The sidewalk system will run along High Street, connecting Arnold Street to First Street. The project will ultimately connect the complex to the residents and the village.
Representative Torren Ecker
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
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