By Dwayne Campbell, The Philadelphia Inquirer Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
May 30--BRISTOL TOWNSHIP, Pa.--The idea behind Bucks County's $20 million open-space program was to protect land from development and create more green space.
But finding woods, wetlands and other places to preserve has proved difficult for some Lower Bucks towns, where developers have replaced much of the greenery with concrete, steel and asphalt.
Bristol Township, for example, has until year's end to spend nearly $1 million in county funds or forfeit the money.
The township is trying to buy six properties -- including one owned by the school district and another that's being investigated for possible environmental misuse -- but time is running out. The county …