A township in Northampton County is expected to talk money and sludge in a special meeting Monday afternoon.
According to Upper Mount Bethel Twp.'s manager, the supervisors have a special meeting scheduled at 2 p.m. to discuss a plan to help farmers pay for an alternative to using sludge as a fertilizer.
The supervisors are expected to take a formal vote at Monday's meeting.
Sludge has been a controversial topic in the township over the past months and former supervisor Ron Angle has been threatening the use of sludge on his land.