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Those workers will move next year into a centralized human services facility in Bethlehem Township for the County's 18,000 residents. But until it's built, Attorney McCarthy will allow them to remain in the Bethlehem facility.
McCarthy will be joined by former Council President Ann McHale, who will run her family insurance business at the site. She accompanied McCarthy to a Finance Committee hearing yesterday, and seems to be much happier now that she is done with politics. She even smiled at me. ... I think.
The County has been offered $1.575 million for the facility, which will go a long way to helping outfit the new centralized human services facility.
"Thank you for not moving to Hanover Township and staying in Bethlehem," said Council member Ken Kraft, who represents Bethlehem ... and Hanover Township. I think he was referring to the Hanover Township in Lehigh County.
The sale was unanimously recommended by Council's Finance Committee.