TOWN OF LUMBERLAND, NY (October 13, 2014) – Senator John Bonacic (R/C/I – Mt. Hope) recently announced that the Town of Lumberland has been awarded $50,000 in funding from the State & Municipal Facilities Capital Program.
Monies will go towards the purchase of energy efficient windows and doors at the Lumberland Senior Center and Thomas F. Hill Municipal Building as well as repairs to the floor at the Lumberland Town Hall.
“Our immediate needs include making Municipal Building and senior center energy efficient to save on heating costs, and to repair and restore the floor of our Town Hall,” said Supervisor Nadia Rajsz. “Thanks to the Senator for this funding which allows us to take care of these projects without going back to our already burdened taxpayers. We are very grateful to all of the support he has given us.”
“We need to maintain these municipal buildings and senior centers to keep them in good shape for years to come,” said Senator Bonacic. “I’m pleased to be able to help the Town of Lumberland take care of their town buildings, so they can reduce their bills, and keep the buildings safe for all those who use them.”