After reviewing a list of possible capital improvement projects, borough assembly members reorganized the list on Nov. 24, in the hopes of receiving possible funding from the Legislature.

At the top of the CIP list was the State Street utility replacement project for $1 million. The Solid Waste Recycling and Public Works Facility was placed second with an amount of $1 million. Third was the Seven Pastures Dike, also for $1 million, and lastly was the Senior Center/Housing for $1 million.

“Don’t get your hopes up,” Mayor Mark Schaefer said. “I don’t expect a dime from the Legislature.”