According to the latest issue of Township News, a monthly publication of the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors, municipalities may use up to $1000 of their annual Liquid Fuels funds for the purchase of computer hardware and software or for training related to the use of the same. PennDot recognizes that the use of this hardware and software is an important part of the communication between PennDot and the municipality, so this use of funds reasonably relates to the purposes for which the funds are designated. Before you purchase this material, you should check with PennDot to confirm that your specific purchase is compatible and is eligible for the use of these funds.
March 7, 2006
Did You Know? Liquid Fuels Money Can Be Spent on Computers
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