PennDOT Honors Police Officers

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MAHONING TOWNSHIP -- Police officers in Central Pennsylvania were honored today for their efforts to keep the roads safe.

Awards were handed out this morning at the Mahoning Township building.

PennDOT recognized municipal officers from Columbia, Montour, Northumberland, Snyder and Union counties who have helped crackdown on aggressive driving.


  • Veronica

    how many people know that even if the construction sign is off and there’s no construction but there’s a speed limit of 45 you cannot drive 65??

  • Jonathan Daddario

    there wouldnt be a”agressive driving” if the speed limit wouldnt be 45mph everywhere when it should be 65+ and people wouldnt be in the passing lane talking on their cell phone

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