As of Oct. 7, all 10 property owners in attendance were in favor of the proposal, so much that most of the residents were willing to sign a petition at the hearing to get the process moving. Sullivan Town Attorney Donald P. Colella said he would have the petitions drafted and mailed out to a few of the involved property owners so that they could acquire signatures for the proposal.
Becker said that there will most likely be another public hearing during November or December to further discuss the topic, answer questions and possibly pass the proposal. Dunkle said that if the pre-planning and construction goes as smoothly as possible, the entire project would most likely be finished in about 18 months from now.
Dunkle said he would take further questions from residents of the Hamilton Brown/Brushnell Shore Special Assessment Water District. Dunkle can be reached at 449-4940.
The Sullivan Town Board will meet for its regular meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday Nov. 4.