Property owners who are planning to make repairs to their properties as a result of this spring’s flooding may need to acquire permits before undertaking any work. Individuals whose shoreline, riverbank or stream bank properties were damaged by flooding may need to acquire permits or authorization from the Department of Environmental Conservation before engaging in […]
By Derek Liebig Local officials are exploring the possibility of acquiring assistance from the United States Fish and Wildlife Department as they continue to examine what should be done with Pike Brook Dam. Village Trustee Ken Bartholomew says he has been in contact with the Fish and Wildlife Department about what services and assistance could […]
By Derek Liebig The Village Board voted unanimously Tuesday to stick with its gravity-fed sewer system instead of switching to a grinder pump system. The decision came after the village board, officials from the state Department of Environmental Conservation, the Environmental Facilities Corporation and representatives from Water Resource Technology met Tuesday afternoon during a special […]
by Matthew Rice The melting snow, rain and freshly fallen snow provided trouble for more than motorists and residents tired of shoveling Monday as the waste water treatment plant experienced an overflow condition in the early morning hours. A combination of runoff from the melt and more than an inch of rainfall combined with the […]
Over the last 15 years, John Rozell has processed thousands of deer in the small facility in his garage, and in the last seven years, more than a ton of the meat has gone to the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York. “That does sound like a lot, but it accumulates over the years,” […]
$5,000 fine ‘Fair’ mayor says The Granville Village Board agreed to pay a $5,000 civil fine Monday night resulting from the accidental discharge of partially treated wastewater into the Mettowee River on July 28.
The village of Granville will soon know its fate, regarding a recent wastewater plant discharge into the Mettowee River.
Failed pump leads to Mettowee River discharge A failed pump and the actions taken to compensate for that failure led to the discharge of an estimated 25,000 gallons of incompletely treated water into the Mettowee River from the Granville village wastewater treatment plant on July 28.