Despite finding an additional
Crocker said it's being recommended that the remainder of the money be put in the water and sewer reserves to "guarantee both of those funds are healthier."
He said the town has been doing a lot of work to make improvements to both the water and sewer infrastructure. These additional funds will allow for less money to be bonded in the future.
"My board's primary goal for the 2017 budget was to keep a level, steady, no increase budget and that's what we've been able to accomplish," he said.
No tax increase is the way things currently stand for homes in the town assessed at
The town's working budget currently shows a
On Monday, town board members also authorized Crocker to sign an agreement with NYSEG to replace lighting in the highway garage.
According to Town Engineer
Klavoon said on
Currently the town is annually paying
Klavoon told the board, if interested, they needed to act quickly as funds were running out. He said if they waited much longer to approve the agreement, they would likely have to wait until 2017.
Crocker agreed, saying he was contacted by NYSEG Monday and was told funds may no longer be available by the end of the week.
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