WILTON \u2014 A year after fully replacing five roofs on Wilton Town Hall due to water damage, the town plans to spend more money to replace the roof at Cider Mill Elementary School for similar reasons. A survey recently completed at the school has revealed a large quadrant of the building\u2019s roof to be in need a full replacement, with other quadrants presenting leakage as well, according to Department of Public Works and Facilities Director Chris Burney, who told the Board of Selectmen of the findings on June 22. \u201cTo just patch it would not be possible,\u201d he said. After fielding numerous proposals from roofing contractors, Burney\u2019s department is eyeing a $604,000 offer from the Garland Roofing Company, which also worked on the town hall project last year. \u201cWe are looking at authorizing them to replace the quadrant section,\u201d Burney said. He also told the board that they are looking for Garland to restore the canopy roofing near the student drop-off area. First Selectwoman Lynne Vanderslice said the deal is in the process of being finalized. \u201cWe have the money to cover this,\u201d Vanderslice said, detailing that the bonding for these types of town repairs came in at $600,000 and that the town would be able to cover the remaining cost. \u201cIf it has to come out of the operating budget, we can do it.\u201d Burney said the goal is to get a jump on the roof project before major leakage occurs. Selectwoman Deborah McFadden raised concerns of recent lumber prices increasing nationwide, and asked if the proposed price of the contract would increase. Burney assured her that \u201cthis is a fixed price\u201d and that construction supply has begun to see a slight turnaround, with the supply of construction lumber jumping by 30 percent. Vanderslice said that attorney Doug LaMonte, of Berchem Moses, who helps facilitate many of the town\u2019s business deals through their legal aspects, will be signing off on the contract.