Comitta announces grant for West Chester borough financial management plan
HARRISBURG, April 27 – State Rep. Carolyn Comitta, D-Chester, announced today that the Borough of West Chester will receive a $40,000 state grant to develop a multi-year financial management plan.
The grant comes through the Department of Community and Economic Development’s Early Intervention Program.
“I’m pleased that West Chester will be able to use this funding to look at how to best deliver services in our community. I look forward to seeing the borough develop a plan that paves the way to a bright future,” Comitta said.
The Early Intervention Program helps communities develop comprehensive financial plans and establish short- and long-term financial objectives.