News Town of Huntsville about to receive nearly $4 Million – What to do? SHARE ON: Doug Crosse, staff Tuesday Jun. 12th, 2018 MyMuskoka Now Image The town of Huntsville is $4 million richer and no it wasn’t an office pool hitting big in the Lotto Max. The recent sale of the Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment netted just over $3.9 million leaving councillors a unique question about what to do with the money. Ideas include new parking structure behind town hall, purchasing property to alleviate the low-income housing shortage or simply socking it away in a long-term investment portfolio. One councillor, Karin Terziano, is happy to just park the money until a consensus can be reached on what to do with it all. What do you think the town should do with the windfall? Share your ideas with us on our Facebook page – moosefm1055 and we will read some of your ideas on the air.