There's not much at Town Board meetings that's less exciting than detailed talk about water and sewer districts. Once you get past the basic "is this a good idea?" question, which draws lots of attention, engineering drawings, infinite questions about costs and formulas, and intricacies of dealing with people who already have a connection can get endless.
Sometimes, though, things can go wrong, it seems, even in our neighborhood. At least that's the view of the State Comptroller's office, prompted by citizens who apparently had questions.Posted by simon at October 1, 2008 3:51 PM in public finance , water and sewer