At its March 1 meeting, Cranberry’s Board of Supervisorsapproved the Township’s filing of a $2 million loan request from an innovativeButler County program. The program,called the Butler County Infrastructure Bank Loan, uses income that the countyreceives from the state’s gas and oil well fees to subsidize loans tolocal municipalities at below-market interest rates. The borrowed funds are used to help financevarious types of municipal infrastructure improvements. If approved, Cranberry would use the funds todo advance maintenance and rehabilitation on its sewer and waterlinenetworks. County action on the loanrequests it receives are expected in June.