Tag Archives: Storm Water

Village OKs sewer work

Sewer work

The village board approved the expenditure of $51,000 to address a problem in the village’s troubled sewer system during a special meeting on Friday afternoon. The money will be used to drill a hole horizontally and install nearly 250 feet of new sewer pipe near the corner of Williams and Saunders Streets. While installing sewer […]

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Money available to replace sewer lines

Financial assistance may be available for village residents who can’t afford the cost of having a sewer line replaced. The village still has money available from a $400,000 grant awarded by the Office of Community Development to assist residents in replacing sewer laterals. Scott LaMountain, a project manager with Shelter Planning and Development, a Queensbury-based […]

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Snow, rain force overflow at water plant

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 […]

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County Furloughs Delay Local Road Work

  Roughed up roads to remain, briefly A scheduled temporary work stoppage will leave some rough patches of road in the village as workers from Washington County get a week off that is part of a planned move to cut costs at the county level. (more…)

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Northshire Freepress – 11/20/15

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Super Bowl champs ready for state quarterfinal


By Dan King It was 26 years in the making, but the Whitehall Railroaders can once again call themselves Section […]

A bargain price: Scotties’ up for sale


By Jamie Norton If you’ve ever wanted to run a business in downtown Granville, now may be the perfect time […]

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