Chapin begins road repairs, culvert replacements

Chapin Village trustees have initiated several projects throughout the town, using $20,000 from the Motor Fuel tax. Repairs include replacing collapsed culverts throughout the village for approximately $6,000, with the remaining funds to go toward street repairs which have now begun and to aid in winter maintenance.


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    In last week’s Focus, I wrote about two doors listed in the Scriptures. One door was an open door which God gives as an invitation to hope and our calling, an open door which no one can shut.