Both the Wheeler School renovation and the phosphorus reduction upgrades to the town’s waste water treatment plant, projects which began in 2017, are expected to wrap up this spring, said Town Manager Robert E. Lee. Both projects are expected to be completed ahead of schedule and under budget. The town will also begin its second $5 million, five-year road repair project. Voters approved this plan at a referendum in November 2019 with 2,304 in favor and 686 against. The roads addressed will be those that haven’t been touched in 25 to 30 years.