Randall, Knolls Water Co-op come to agreement on road repairs

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The map above shows the Knolls neighborhood.

Substandard road patches made after water system projects tore up those roads have been a sore spot between the Knolls Water Co-op and the town.

But Thursday evening both sides seemed to have found a way to put the issue behind them.

The town and representatives of the co-op tentatively agreed to the co-op contributing $7,000 to the town to cover the cost of repairing the substandard patches.

However, the money will not likely be used to actually repair the 17 poorly patched areas identified by the town and the co-op. Instead, the money will go toward the town’s comprehensive road rebuilding that will start this year.

Both sides agreed that repairing the patches — and then turning around to rebuild the roads shortly after — was a waste of money.

A motion to have the co-op contribute the $7,000 passed the Town Board by a 3 to 0 vote. Supervisors Rose Nolan and Mark Halvey recused themselves from the discussion and vote because they are co-op members.


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