From staff reports
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has announced the return of more than $2.4 million in licensing fees to 1,411 municipalities where licensees are located.
Twice a year, as required by law, the PLCB returns liquor license fees paid by PLCB-approved licensees to the municipalities that are home to those licenses. Municipalities have flexibility in allocating and spending the returned license fees to meet local needs.
The current dispersal period represents fees paid from Feb. 1 to July 31.
In Clarion County, 18 municipalities accepted returns. They were Clarion Borough, $2,050; East Brady and St. Petersburg boroughs and Maidson, Elk and Salem townships, $150 each; Foxburg and Knox boroughs and Redbank Township, $450 each; New Bethlehem Borough, $550; Beaver Township, $600; Clarion and Paint townships, $400 each; Farmington Township, $1,400; Knox and Toby townships, $300 each; Monroe Township, $1,000; and Washington Township, $250.
Seven Forest County municipalities received returns. They were Green, Harmony, Hickory and Howe townships, $150; Jenks Township, $1,000; and Kingsley and Tionesta townships, $300.