Graduation Costs Among Week's Payments
Wilmington cut 175 checks totalling $567,326.63 last week and we highlight a few of those payments.
Each week the town spends money approved in the annual budget for everyday expenses and, each week, Wilmington Patch will be running a new feature, highlighting a handful of these expenses for our readers' perusal.
The following is a small sample of who the town paid, how much they paid them, and for what reason. Check back each week for more line items out of the town's budget.
In total, the town cut 175 checks totalling $567,326.63. Here are a few of those payments.
|VENDOR NAME||HOW MUCH THE TOWN SPENT||WHAT THE TOWN PURCHASED|
|Baker & Taylor Books||$2,532.84||Books for Memorial Library|
|E. J. Prescott, Inc.||$255.34||Pipes & fittings for DPW drainage|
|Greenwood Emergency Vehicles||$139.48||Equipment for emergency vehicle maintenance|
|Harcros Chemicals||$2,725.50||Chemicals for Water Treatment Plants|
|Minuteman Senior Services||$3,000.00||Annual assessment for Elderly Services|
|Nat'l Emblematic & Scholastic||$2,195.50||Supplies for WHS graduation ceremonies|
|Perkins School for the Blind||$9,602.56||Tuition for special needs student|
|Reading Municipal Light Dept.||$79,863.61||Electric bills for town and school|
|Russell Disposal Incorporated||$23,750.00||Curbside recycling|
|Seem Collaborative/NRTBUS Inc.||$45,019.22||Special needs transportation|
|Staples Advantage||$1,093.91||Office supplies|
|The Lifeguard Store, Inc||$266.00||Equipment for Recreation Department|
|Wilmington Family Counseling||$2,916.67||Counseling services|