Tuesday, December 12, 2017
   
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Paving back on the table

Savings on lagoon repairs will pay for street projects.

 Brady residents are going to get more paved streets after all.

Despite being removed from the one- and six-year road plan in February, the board of trustees decided last week to move forward with paving at least one street and the extended intersection, thanks to a funding opportunity they feel they can’t pass up.

Since the cost of repairs to the wastewater lagoon system came in well under the $1.5 million that was anticipated, the village has bonding available for streets.

“Since the lagoon was way less than we thought it would be, we’re going to use the savings to go ahead and do something to benefit the whole community,” said board chairman Todd Roe following the regular monthly meeting April 13.

 

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