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Clifton Park puts surplus sewer funds into Knolls system

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The town is spending more than $1.2 million to upgrade infrastructure at one of its oldest housing developments.

Sewer lines in Clifton Knolls and pump stations throughout the town will be upgraded for $1.15 million, using surplus funds from Sewer District No. 1 rather than borrowing money.

The project will replace corroded, 1960s-era sewer lines, said town Supervisor Phil Barrett.

“Obviously the system isn’t young anymore,” Barrett said. “These were the old asbestos pipes.”

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