HARRISBURG – South Middleton Township received a grant today totaling $124,450 to expand one of its parks, stated Senator Mike Regan (Cumberland and York Counties).
“This investment will enhance quality of life in the township and provide a safe, beautiful space to enjoy the outdoors,” Regan said. “Local parks offer many residents a zero-cost way to maintain a healthy lifestyle, as is the township’s goal with this expansion project.”
The Commonwealth Financing Authority awarded the funding to cover the installation of two tennis courts, two pickleball courts, ADA-accessible walking trails connections and lighting, fencing and seating areas at South Middleton Township Park.
The CFA, an independent agency of the Department of Community and Economic Development, oversees state investment in projects that support and enhance Pennsylvania’s economic growth.
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