Additionally, a motion was approved to retain Matrix Environmental Technologies, Inc. The company would serve as environmental consultants to the town. Cliffe said they will provide assistance and advice to the town regarding environmental protection and they will attend meeting and serve as experts on the town’s behalf.
This will probably come in handy other the course of the next few weeks as the board addresses the Quasar issue. Though it was not on Monday night’s agenda, the topic did come up during the final public input period at the end of the meeting.
One resident questioned the total production outcome of equate each year that would justify the proposed five-million gallon tank.
The public hearing that will take place before the Wheatfield Town Board’s next meeting will discuss the possibility of a moratorium to essentially put the matter on the back burner while a revision is made to the town’s solid waste and recycling law.
The hearing is scheduled for 7 p.m. April 28 with a regular meeting to immediately follow.