Tonawanda News — “We’re going to look at the streets that need to be addressed,” he said. “I anticipate a lot more side streets, there’s work that needs to be done on Payne and more work on Nash and sections of Oliver. Ward has been talked about. You never run out of streets, there’s always more streets that need to be fixed than there is money. But people want to see improvement and progress. And there’s no question that the additional CHIPS money is going to make a big impact.”
Rowles added that the scope of projects may be partly influenced by the price of petroleum, used to make asphalt.
“But we’re going to have a great year,” he said. “The city gave me a great budget so we’re going to do a lot.”Contact reporter Michael Regan at 693-1000, ext. 4115.