Things are moving forward with capital works in Tyendinaga Township.
CAO Steve Mercer tells Quinte News that council has approved $1.35 million for several different infrastructure projects.
The main focus will be road work.
Mercer says $330,000 will be spent on a six kilometre stretch of Highway 2 near Marysville, and another $120,000 on three kilometres of northern Marysville Road.
Another 20 kilometres of road will be redone at a cost of $300,000.
Mercer says Roads Supervisor John Farrell will bring those projects forward in the coming weeks.
Mercer says they will purchase a new tanker for the fire department, and they will complete the capping and closure of the landfill on Highway #2.
The municipality has also applied to the Ontario Community Infrastructure Fund for $900,000 to replace the Marysville bridge on Highway #2.
Meantime, the municipality has finished the year with $140,000 surplus. The capital account sits at $2.23 million.