When Bethel officials close out the Police Station project, likely by the end of the month, there will be between $115,000 to $120,000 in contingency funding left over. Public Site and Building Committee chairman Jon Menti says some of the budgeted money wasn't used for special testing of materials. The $50,000 budgeted item was completed with $2,000 or $3,000 which will go back into the account. Some of the IT and telephone work came in under budget. Menti hopes by November there will be a final accounting of actual expenditures and what actually remains. Eversource did a site walk through, because the town applied for a rebate grant. Menti believes the project meets all of the requirements for the heating and cooling system, energy conservation and insulation. Bethel could get about $50,000 back from Eversource.