Tonawanda News — The board will call a hearing for the funding of phase three at the body’s next meeting, and the hearing will be held at a meeting Feb. 11.
The Parker-Fries project is a four-phase, multimillion dollar project mandated by the state Department of Environmental Conservation. The improved sewer lines will allow the town to carry more water through in wet weather conditions and get it away from slow draining areas quicker.
If residents near the construction areas would like to contact the town regarding a problem, they should call the project’s hotline 362-8800.Contact reporter Jessica Bagley at 693-1000, ext. 4150