The Town of Sodus held a special meeting just two days before Christmas to discuss options moving forward, after a devastating fire at the Town’s highway barn.
The fire destroyed the building, and several snow plows that were inside at the time.
Town Supervisor Steve LeRoy, who also serves as chairman of the Wayne County Board of Supervisors until the end of the year said he hopes to get a plan in place in the coming days, to avoid any difficulty come January and February.
Nearby towns in Wayne and Ontario counties have reached out to offer plows and places to store equipment until the Town has a plan in place.
“Top priority is public safety, we need to make sure we’re getting the snow plowed and it appears that’ll come out of tonight’s meeting tonight as well. I know the highway superintendent this morning met with other superintendents and they’re trying to hammer out a plan to get the snowplows, so one way or another the roads will be cleared,” LeRoy told RochesterFirst.com.
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