Site for proposed library and town hall is not archeologically significant

| 21 Feb 2012 | 10:58

    MONROE-The site of the proposed Town Hall and Library project on Route 208 has no archeological significance, Monroe Town Engineer Al Fusco told the Town Board this week. That should clear the way for a public vote on the $13.8 million proposal sometime later this year. The vote had been scheduled for March 15, but the need to complete the archeological survey postponed the vote. Once a formal report is received from the New York State Historic Preservation Office, plans for a public vote on the building proposal can proceed. "We are tentatively planning for a June vote, if not June then probably in September," said Councilwoman Lori Currier-Woods at this week's Town Board meeting.