Snow Removal Costs Included in Week's Payments

In total, the town spent $1,455,340.49 this week by writing 325 checks. Here are a few examples of those.

Each week the town spends money approved in the annual budget for everyday expenses and, each week, Wilmington Patch will be running a new feature, highlighting a handful of these expenses for our readers' perusal.

The following is a small sample of who the town paid, how much they paid them, and for what reason. Check back each week for more line items out of the town's budget.

In total, the town cut 325 checks totalling $1,455,340.49. Here are a few of those payments.

VENDOR NAME  HOW MUCH THE TOWN SPENT WHAT THE TOWN PURCHASED Associated Elevator Companies  $1,880.00 Repair of elevators at School Department Comstar  $2,884.23 Monthly ambulance billing and collection services Eastern Minerals, Inc.  $1,416.36 Salt for snow and ice removal Educational Architects  $1,700.00 Workshop for curriculum and staff development at School Department Independent Electric Supply Co  $1,047.06 Electrical supplies for Public Buildings Department Lyons & Rogers, LLC  $375.00 Special education meeting for School Department New England Academy, LLC  $11,858.44 Monthly special educations tuitions for special needs students Reliance Label Solutions Inc  $197.50 Labels for Memorial Library Ricoh USA  $2,655.00 Maintenance and supplies for copiers at School Department SEEM Collaborative  $56,394.07 Special needs tuitions
Kevin MacDonald December 10, 2012 at 03:40 PM
Matt, Is there a surplus of salt from from last year?
Joe m December 10, 2012 at 05:58 PM
Yes its under the high school.
Matt Schooley December 10, 2012 at 06:06 PM
An interesting question, Kevin. I will see what I can find out.


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