For now Elliot Lake won’t do anything with the $400,000 it was given for taking part in the first phase of how to dispose of nuclear waste. Mayor Dan Marchisella says the money will sit in a Community Well-Being Reserve fund. The rookie mayor has some ideas on determining how the money should be spent. He expects public input on where the money should be spent and hopes to hold a town hall meeting on the same matter. The Nuclear Waste Management Organization gave all six Algoma communities $400,000 each for taking part in the first phase. They include Blind River, which remains on the short list and Spanish and the Township of the North Shore which are no longer in contention to host the waste.