The township received three proposals, one coming in at more than $45,000, another at $22,500 and another at $19,500.
Those costs would be used to pay the consultant to determine what the township should the sell the water authority for.
Supervisors were at odds when it came to deciding on which proposal should be picked.
Supervisor John Groh suggested a week for the supervisors to meet and talk about the proposals.
Supervisors Rick Figaski and Brian McGrath agreed.
The next meeting is scheduled for June 17th at 9:30 a.m. in the Millcreek Township Building.
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