Tag Archives: Water Treatment Plant

Village meeting May 2

The Granville Village Board found federal money comes with a few snags as they approved spending as much as $75,000 to pay for an audit May 2. Village Clerk-Treasurer Rick Roberts explained the village is required to pay for auditing of four years of the village financial records as a consequence of using the American […]

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Mayor looks to the future

  Mayor-elect Brian LaRose took a break from a Sunday afternoon of doing paperwork and sat down for a chat with the Sentinel between phone calls, answering e-mails and reading through a stack of weekly paperwork.     What are you doing right now as mayor-elect? What are you looking at going forward?   “Well […]

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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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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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Thanks for stomping

Cheers and Jeers A big fat cheer… To the hardy soles who have stomped out a cross country ski loop inside the confines of Mettowee River Park. I skied there for the first time in the storm Tuesday night and it was pretty nice especially versus the Rail Trail. While the RT gives you plenty […]

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FHGS news

Fourth grade students in Ms. Griffin’s class spent some time with Mr. Crane in the middle school science lab looking at microorganisms. The students had to record the types of organisms they saw in the pond water Mr. Crane brought in.  They also looked at tap water for comparison.  The students took notes, illustrated the […]

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Water Funding

Village denied ‘hardship’ low rates cited by EFC Granville residents face the prospect of higher water rates after village officials learned that one of the financing routes for the new state-mandated water treatment plant will not be available to them. Mayor Jay Niles said he received a letter from EFC, or New York State Environmental […]

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Village awaits DEC ruling

The village of Granville faces potential fines of up to $150,000 following what state environmental conservation officials are saying is a much larger release of partially treated wastewater into the Mettowee River.     (more…)

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What Happened?

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.       (more…)

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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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Norton, Rocque, Scrimo elected

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By Dan King The results are in and the three new faces on the Whitehall Board of Education will be […]

Celani, Bartholomew, McDermott, Torres win seats

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By Joshua Bassett The Granville CSD Board of Education faced a lot of possible changes Tuesday night, as four seats […]

Whitehall pledges support for medical marijuana facility

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By Dan King The number of Washington County municipalities pledging support for a medical marijuana growing facility in the county […]

Communities prepare for Memorial Day

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Patriotism will be the epicenter of life in the greater Washington County and Lakes Region Area next week. Many towns […]

Roads in Hartford to change hands, names

By Dan King “Old-timers” in Hartford will soon have to adjust to some street name changes in the town. The […]

Smith leads Horde youth movement

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By Laura McCusker The Granville High School tennis team played to a 6-2 record this spring. To help it achieve […]

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