Select Board Chairman Bob Allen says, “Recovery has gone very smoothly for the town.”
Though no homes were destroyed by the storm outright, Allen says, several residences did have washouts and flooded basements and there were at least two homes with significant water in the living quarters.
The town sustained just under $2 million in damages, according to Allen, and about 60 to 70 percent of the roads in the town needed some degree of attention.
While most of the projects are complete, including a bridge replacement, there are still two projects awaiting completion: A road that needs paving and a bridge project, which officials are hoping to complete by the fall.
As for the upcoming anniversary, Allen said he expresses a commonly felt sentiment: “I just want it to go by.”