Town to be audited, frustration aired over industrial park site

WARRENSBURG The town of Warrensburg government will be audited by the state Comptrollers Office in the coming months, town officials announced this week. The state regularly selects several towns each year in an effort to maintain appropriate oversight of municipal bookkeeping and expenditures. Warrensburg Supervisor Kevin Geraghty made the announcement about the pending audit at the Aug. 13 town board meeting. In other business conducted at the meeting, a discussion regarding the town industrial park property sold to Performance Trailers Inc. was held with the companys owner, Bill Bunting. Over the past several months, some members of the board have expressed frustration over the lack of progress at the site. Bunting said that a date for the groundbreaking has been set and will take place in approximately two weeks. In other actions at the meeting, A resolution was passed awarding the town highway sand contract to Star Sand and Gravel of Warrensburg at the low bid price of $8 per cubic yard. Geraghty said the town received $2,470 from the auction of three former town vehicles, which were sold at the Smokeeaters Jamboree last month. A resolution was approved which prohibits parking on Horicon Ave, from Greene Terrace to the Elementary School Bus Garage. The board passed a resolution in support of the Warrensburg Central School Outing Club, whose leaders applied for state grant monies to be used to expand the hiking trail system on Hackensack Mountain.

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