Woodson: ‘I’m not spending taxpayer money on private roads’ (NY)

Riverhead Highway Superintendent George “Gio” Woodson says he will not provide paving and highway services — other than snow plowing — to roads in the Oak Hills section of Baiting Hollow, despite a Town Board resolution passed last Wednesday to incorporate 11 streets into the town road system.  “I’m not spending taxpayer money on private roads,” he told the Town Board last Wednesday in response to the resolution.  Mr. Woodson said afterward that, if necessary, he may even go to court to overturn that resolution.


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