This week Auburn City Council approved a five-year capital improvement plan.
According to Finger Lakes News Radio, City Clerk Chuck Mason says the plan includes biosolids waste project with an estimated price tag of $22 million.
“It’s basically the five year outlook of all the big projects the city has,” Mason said in an interview with FLNR.
The approval came at the meeting where start time was moved back from 6 p.m. to 5 p.m. That’s when meetings will begin for the remainder of the year.
FLNR reports that Council also voted to accept a $10,000 state grant to help fund the inaugural Harriet Tubman Weekend scheduled for next month. The city recognizes Harriet Tubman Day on March 10, the day she died.
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