The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board announced the return of $20,350 in licensing fees to Crawford County.

The agency on Monday said it was returning more than $2.4 million in licensing fees to 1,379 municipalities in which licensees are located.

Twice a year, as required by law, the PLCB returns liquor license fees paid by PLCB-approved licensees to the municipalities that are home to those licenses, officials said. Municipalities have flexibility in allocating and spending the returned license fees to meet local needs.

The PLCB oversees the regulation of more than 15,000 retail liquor licenses statewide, including restaurants, clubs and hotels. Licensees pay liquor license fees ranging from $125 to $700, depending on the type of license and the population of the municipality in which the license is located, as part of the annual license renewal or validation process, as well as in conjunction with approval of certain new applications.

The current dispersal period represents fees paid from Feb. 1 to July 31, 2019. In all, 56 cities, 551 boroughs and 772 townships will receive payments ranging from $25 to $395,375.

Here are the payments for Crawford County:

• Meadville: $4,300

• Titusville: $1,850

• Blooming Valley: $150

• Cambridge Springs: $200

• Conneautville: $200

• Hydetown: $150

• Linesville: $300

• Saegertown: $150

• Spartansburg: $150

• Springboro: $300

• Venango: $450

• Bloomfield Township: $400

• Cambridge Township: $400

• Conneaut Township: $300

• Cussewago Township: $200

• East Fairfield Township: $200

• East Mead Township: $300

• Greenwood Township: $150

• Pine Township: $300

• Sadsbury Township: $1,800

• South Shenango Township: $600

• Spring Township: $200

• Summerhill Township: $150

• Summit Township: $600

• Venango Township: $300

• Vernon Township: $3,450

• Wayne Township: $400

• West Fallowfield Township: $450

• West Mead Township: $1,200

• West Shenango Township: $150

• Woodcock Township: $600

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