Wednesday, October 31, 2012

"A lot less than what we thought it would be"

There are costs associated with the clean up from Hurricane Sandy. The Milford Daily News has a write up to report on the early estimates:
Franklin’s cleanup tab may reach $60,000, said Department of Public Works Director Robert Cantoreggi. He said that around 60 percent of the costs will likely come out of the town’s general funds, while the rest will come out of the town’s water and sewer enterprise funds. 
Cantoreggi said that around $10,000 was needed to hire a contracting company to help clear trees over the course of two days. 
He said that around $20,000 will cover the salaries of employees who worked during and after the storm. Six worked overtime.

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