No Grand Island residents spoke at a public hearing Monday night to suggest uses for possible Federal Community Development funds. In lieu of other suggestions, Town Supervisor Mary Cooke said the Town Board would most likely revamp last year’s application for a senior transportation van.

Also at Monday’s regular meeting, the Town Board:

• Approved a change order in the amount of $22,017 to add railings, an access ladder and two fall-protection equipment systems at the water treatment plant.

• Approved an additional work order to pay $10,553 to Metzger Civil Engineering in Williamsville for extra engineering services that became necessary during work on the Whitehaven Road sanitary sewer that required a redesign.

• Approved several budget amendments, including a New York State grant of $15,709 to reimburse the purchase of a Community Emergency Response Team radio system, and a state Local Government Records Management Improvement Fund grant of $74,974 for work done in the Town Clerk’s Office to digitize building department records.