U.S. aid for winter storms can be les...

U.S. aid for winter storms can be less than expected

There are 1 comment on the Philly.com story from Mar 2, 2014, titled U.S. aid for winter storms can be less than expected. In it, Philly.com reports that:

The winter storms so far have cost Northampton Township taxpayers $600,000 - double what the town had budgeted and enough of an economic toll to delay plans to repave some roads.

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