continued A private contractor hired to mow the neglected cemeteries is catching up, but fighting the rain, reported Goodspeed.
The estimates to replace the transfer station’s lost equipment were reviewed by the insurance agency, and the town has a number they’re comfortable with.
The low end of the town’s estimate, around $55,000, is close to the agency’s estimate of $50,000, numbers that the town engineer thinks are serviceable.
Board member Ron Vanselow said a priority should be placed on a new building for the workers at the station. He said the town can survive for a little while without a compactor, but the workers at the station won’t fare so well with weather turning foul.