continued “We would like to increase the number of people in town that use the transfer station and recycling center, right now there are about 400 people using it,” McGraw said. “We would like to see that number triple.”
She said the town is looking to have a recycling center that would rival Saratoga County’s, which she called the “Taj Mahal” of recycling centers.
Proposed bonding totaling around $2 million for a new water and sewer garage to replace an aging facility will come before the board at a later meeting.
The board did call for three public hearings relating to the purchase of an additional emergency truck for the Water and Sewer Department not to exceed $79,000. The cost for the vehicle is divided between Consolidated Water District 1, Sewer District 1 and Sewer District 6, which accounts for the three public hearings.
The public hearings will be held at the Thursday, May 17, Town Board meeting at 7 p.m. at Town Hall.