"They have already started the drainage there is no question it can all get done," said Kastberg. "Everybody is being very cooperative it took a little while to jump start the thing."
Koetzle said the town was happy to be a part of the project and thought it is important to keep the trail open.
"It is so wet down there that we got to find a way to improve the drainage," said Koetzle. "So many of our residents enjoy using our parks and our bike trails we got a lot of bikers in Glenville that like to use that bike path," said Koetzle
He also applauded the cooperative effort to complete the project.
"I was happy to work in partnership with both the county and the village on the project and I am proud we are able to accomplish this for the residents by working together."
The project is expected to be completed by the end of the summer, said Kastberg.
John Walrath and Ricky Quick, of Scotia's Department of Public Works, work on filling in potholes along the Scotia-Glenville bike path on Friday, June 3.