ROSS TWP., Pa. - Officials in Ross Township, Monroe County say it's too soon to tell who will foot the bill for a new municipal building.
Three people were killed after a gunman opened fire at a township meeting in August.
Officials say they're applying for a grant to receive casino revenue to fund a new building.
If that falls through officials say they'll renovate the existing structure.
But they say it's too early to tell if taxpayers will pay part of the re-building costs.
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