Grafton juggles road funds
HUNTLEY – The Grafton Township Board took a piecemeal approach to keeping the township functioning, after members accepted a loan from the Grafton road commissioner that should cover payroll and other expenses through mid-March.
The board met in a special meeting Wednesday to decide on how they would keep the township running, after Supervisor Linda Moore warned trustees that the township had only $8,500 in its coffers after the board’s authorization last month of a $300,000 loan to the road district.
The hefty payment was the final installment of a longstanding loan that was intended to help the township cover the defunct town hall project. The $8,500 remaining in Grafton’s budget would have fallen far short of covering the township’s estimated $100,000 in monthly expenses.
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