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ATHENS TWP. - The board of supervisors Wednesday approved plans for a proposed Applebee's restaurant at Elmira and Clinton streets. Supervisors unanimously voted to grant preliminary approval to the plans contingent upon the receipt of a storm water main (read more)

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