“That was not the correct pot to draw from,” Speltz said.
The guide work could cost upward of $28,000.
Until legal counsel helps sort out the issue, the guide work is at a standstill.
“We are left with no way to complete what we all thought was a very good idea,” Speltz said.
He said the guide would be useful to the town and it’s hard not seeing it get finished.
“We’re not looking to add money,” Speltz said. “We’re looking for authorization to spend the money we already have.”
Councilors and the town attorney will get clarification on what each conservation fund is to be used for and how much money is in each account.
“Then we can figure out a direction once we know where all the money is,” Council Chairman John Farrell said.