OBSERVER Staff Writer
The master water meters in two Brocton trailer parks have stopped working and will be replaced by the Village government. The water will be shut down on Oct. 14, at Crestview and Evergreen trailer parks for five days so that these meters can be replaced.
Turning a problem into an opportunity, the Village of Brocton will compare the master reading to readings from each individual unit to compare their accuracy. Trailer park owners will be billed the excess from the individual readings.
The broken master meter at both parks has the first priority. Individual meters will be fixed for the scheduled readings in December and March.
"I would like to see us read each individual meter and compare them with the master meter," said trustee Deborah Lloyd Priest.
In other business:
Village Hall is in need of a floor cleaning. Village Clerk Karen Ardillo will contact Job Corps about shampooing the carpet and resealing the floor.
Village Historian Dan King has sent letters of intent to the Kaplain Fund, National Grid and The Dorris Duke Foundation to ask for the funds to help pay for the rebuilding of the arch in downtown Brocton. It was suggested that an arch committee be formed.
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