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On Wednesday evening, the Cheshire Town Council began their discussions on the Five-Year Capital Budget Plan presented by Town Manager Michael Milone.
First on the list to discuss were requests from the Public Works Department, which includes money for everything from a new street sweeper to road paving.
During the discussion, Councilors debated whether it would be wiser to buy a new street sweeper at a price of approximately $185,000, or lease it.
The Council was also informed that Public Works plans to seal cracks in 20-30 miles of roadway in Cheshire this year.
For more on this story and Capital Budget talks, see an upcoming edition of The Herald.