Due to a $1.5 million budget shortfall due to the coronavirus pandemic — officials in Canandaigua are pumping the brakes on three major projects.
City Manager John Goodwin told the Canandaigua Messenger that several projects, which had been started have since been put on hold.
He called it an effort to save money.
The Messenger reports that roof replacement projects planned at the Hurley Building, as well as the police department have been pushed out ‘several years’.
There aren’t any roof leaks, which means that for now — both can be held off.