CALN TWP, PA — The funding will be used to help demolish a building on the Caln Township-owned Ingleside Golf Course and perform asbestos abatement. Upon completion, the golf course will become a safer and more aesthetically pleasing space for its visitors to enjoy. The funds will be used for demolition and professional services costs.
“I’m very glad that this funding will help make the Ingleside Golf Course a safe place which all its residents can enjoy,” Williams said.
The Blight Remediation Program was created in 2020 to provide for blight remediation, including hazard mitigation, within the commonwealth, and authorizes the CFA to adopt guidelines to ensure that grants are made available to all geographic areas of the commonwealth.
More information is available by contacting Williams’ office at 484-200-8256
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