continued “There’s nature that comes into play that we can’t control, but I’m hopeful for the late spring start,” he said.
Building and Codes Officer Wayne Howe was encouraged by the forward momentum of the project.
“I think the project was very well received by the public that was in attendance,” he said. “This project has been anticipated for a long time and we kept hitting roadblocks. Now we actually see there’s a little light at the end of the tunnel and we see this is going to move forward.”
Besides providing for a more attractive Milton, Lewza said the ultimate goal is to lower the tax rate through attracting business.
“I hope to eventually limit tax altogether in this town,” he said.