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Land legislation means that PSECU will stay in county
HARRISBURG, Pa. (6/12/08)--Pennsylvania State Employees CU (PSECU), Harrisburg, has been approved by the state legislature to buy 47 acres of land in Susquehanna Township for a new headquarters building. The State House of Representatives approved House Bill 2496, introduced by Rep. Sue Helm (R-17th District), to sell the land to the credit union for $3.05 million, the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association (PCUA) said (Life is a Highway June 11). PSECU is paying “fair market price” for the land. An appraisal was accepted by the state Department of General Services, the association said. The new headquarters will house 500 employees and accommodate PSECU’s growth for the next 50 years, the association said. The headquarters also will create jobs in the county, Helm told the association.


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