Sangerfield Considers Tank For Bigger Fuel Storage

At their two January meetings, the Sangerfield Town Board discussed buying a larger storage fuel tank.


At their Jan. 25 meeting Board members decided to move from a 500-gallon tank to a 1,000-gallon one, but put the vote off until prices could be determined for the new one. Highway Superintendent Karl Buschor was absent from the meeting.


At the Board’s earlier January meeting Buschor said it would cost $3,583 from Buell Fuels for a new tank. He said the need for one is because sometimes Circle K is out of fuel and the town trucks need to be able to respond in storms.

Board members also gave approval to buy a new generator.


An eyewash station has been installed at the Highway Garage.


Buschor said he needs a GPS program to inventory town road signs.


Buschor and the Board discussed ways to rustproof the town trucks. It was decided to buy the equipment and have the Highway crew do the work rather than send the trucks to a business for the work.


Buschor said the pickup truck was damaged in the ice storm and is being repaired.


Gretchen Maine was appointed to the Comprehensive Planning Board and an alternate on the Planning Board.


At the request of Assessor Phil Barnes Jr., the Board voted to opt out of requiring property owners age 65 and older to renew their exemptions for 2022.


Members of the Board of Assessment Review will be paid $100 for their…



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THE WATERVILLE TIMES