Tag Archives: Village Water

Granville water comes out clean

By Jaime Thomas How clean is the water in Granville? It’s actually pretty clean according to the village’s annual drinking water quality report for 2012, which was recently released. “The village of Granville water system is in compliance with the state’s rules and regulations,” said Jeffrey Hammond, spokesman for the New York State Department of […]

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Village OKs new water bill

The village unanimously approved a new water law on Oct. 15 that delineates the rights and responsibilities of individuals and business that use municipal water. The law clarifies and updates a previous ordinance that has been in place since 1967. Village Trustee Ken Bartholomew said the new law expands on the previous one, more clearly […]

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Village water woes deepen

An audit released by the New York State Comptrollers Office describes the financial condition of the village’s water and sewer funds as precarious. Auditors found that water and sewer rates were unable to cover operating expenses and that the village couldn’t account for more than half of the water it processes, costing the village tens […]

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Low Bids Save Village $700K

Economic climate, competition for work yield low bids   By Matthew Rice     The water treatment plant project just got smaller for the village of Granville in the best possible way – the bottom line. Officials unveiled bids for construction of the new village water treatment plant Monday afternoon and found their estimates for […]

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Meet your Granville Village Candidates

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    Brian LaRose Occupation: Production Management / Supervisor Position Sought: Mayor  Why do you want to hold this office? I have been a life long resident of Granville, raised my family here, and have always loved its small town ambiance, local history and heritage. As Mayor, I want to help preserve what makes Granville […]

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‘Low Flow’ disrupts villages water plans

Engineers explained to the Granville Village Board Thursday night a tentative plan to filter the existing water system would likely not work due to the condition of the systems aged pumps and low water pressure. (more…)

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Village water gets clean bill of health

The new village water filtration plant is doing it’s job. For the second time in three quarters, the drinking water for the village of Whitehall tested within state-mandated levels for trihalomethanes (THM) residue, which is a byproduct of the chlorination of naturally occurring water supplies.   (more…)

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Village to comply with DOH

Latest meeting leads to approvals, agreements Updates relating to the village water issues came fast and furious Monday night. Village officials say they are pleased with the results of Monday afternoon’s meeting with the state Department of Health. (more…)

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Dresden throws support to medical marijuana facility

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By Dan King The Town of Dresden has joined the growing list of towns throughout Washington County that are throwing […]

Heather Michaud to have art displayed at the Hyde

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By Dan King A Whitehall High School student will have her artwork displayed at one of the region’s greatest art […]

Hampton Firehouse may change hands

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By Derek Liebig The Town of Hampton is considering selling the Hampton Firehouse to the Hampton Volunteer Fire Department, which […]

Granville Science Fair a hit

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Joshua Bassett A dry Christmas tree that emitted melodic sounds when hit was just one of the many exhibits on […]

Baseball routs Corinth, Salem, Bolton

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The Whitehall baseball team bounced back from a non-league loss to Fort Ann by blowing out Corinth, Salem and Bolton. […]

Whitehall not conducting background checks?

By Dan King Whitehall Central School has brought on a substantial amount of staff members, bus drivers and substitutes this […]

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