Supervisor Donald Gracia said the costs for the water main extension was roughly $500,000.
"Then there were some other questions about the general contractor's mark-up charges that we were not responsible for," he
"That negated the whole claim basically."
said that even if the township had ended up owing $200,000, it would have been a small payment for the value of the sewer treatment improvements that were built by the hospital.
"There was $8 million of infrastructure that was put in there.
For us to get that work done, the road improvements and infrastructure, we would have had to pay prevailing wages," Gracia
"That would have added 20 to 40 percent of the cost ...
"I feel positive about them withdrawing the claim," he