New transfer station work underway

Sharon and Salisbury officials and others observed progress at the new Salisbury-Sharon transfer station, which might be completed as early as Thanksgiving. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

SALISBURY — The Transfer Station Building Committee held its Wednesday, July 24, meeting at the site of the new Salisbury-Sharon transfer station on Route 44 in Salisbury, near the Millerton border.

The bulk of the meeting was a tour of the building site, led by resident engineer Rick Neller. 

Building Committee Co-chairman Bill Braislin of Sharon explained that Neller’s position is supervisory and advisory, and is a requirement attached to the federal funds used to build the transfer station.

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