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From the Herald:
"Shelter officials plan to raise 100 percent of the cost of building a new animal shelter somewhere in the Shenango Valley. No firm estimates are in place, but the price tag is generally expected to run between $2.5 million to $3.5 million.
The shelter has begun a drive to raise funds for the new facility.
That fundraising effort advanced by $180,000 with a single donation in the will of a recently deceased area resident. Farrell City Manager Michael Ceci, who announced the donation at the meeting, said he didn’t want to reveal the donor’s name until the gift is finalized, but that there is a commitment to provide the funds.
The shelter is now housed in a 1,200-square-foot building along Broadway Avenue in Hermitage."
For more on this story, visit the Herald's website HERE