Sussex homeowners will continue to pay less than residents in nearby communities for trash and recycling services as a result of a likely Village Board decision, one of several agenda items on the docket for Tuesday's meeting.
The Board will vote on a three-year extension of a with Veolia Environmental Services that will have Sussex homeowners will paying about $35 less than in other comparable municipalities, where the average is about $170 a year for sanitation and recycling services.
The Board is also expected to approve an agreement between the village and the Town of Lisbon so that residents can continue to use the .
According to the Sussex Sun, the Board may table a vote on an library agreement between the Village of the Town of Lisbon. The two municipalities are far apart on the amount each will pay in the future to fund the library.
The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in the lower level of the .