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JCI, Exelon, Knight Transportation, Harsco, York Water declare dividends

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Five public companies with headquarters in the midstate or Central Pennsylvania operations announced dividend payments this week.

Milwaukee-based Johnson Controls Inc., which has operations in York County, declared a dividend of 22 cents per share. That is payable April 2 to shareholders of record March 7.

Johnson Controls is a global company creating products and services for the energy and operational efficiencies of buildings, batteries for vehicles and interior systems for automobiles.

The company is building a new campus in southern York County estimated at more than $150 million.

Shares of the company are traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol JCI.

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Illinois-based Exelon Corp., with nuclear generation assets in the midstate, declared a dividend of 31 cents per share. That is payable March 10 for shareholders of record Feb. 14.

Shares of Exelon are traded on the NYSE under the ticker symbol EXC.

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Phoenix-based Knight Transportation Inc., a national trucking company with a Northeast facility in Middlesex Township, declared a dividend of 6 cents per share. That was paid Dec. 23 for shareholders of record Dec. 6.

Shares of Knight are traded on the NYSE under the ticker symbol KNX.

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Wormleysburg-based Harsco Corp., an industrial services company, declared a dividend of 21 cents per share. That is payable May 15 for shareholders of record April 15.

Shares of Harsco are traded on the NYSE under the ticker symbol HSC.

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The York Water Co. declared a dividend of 14 cents per share. That is payable April 15 for shareholders of record Feb. 28.

Shares of the company, which serves about 58,500 customers in York and Adams counties, are traded on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol YORW.

Jason Scott

Jason Scott

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