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Joint Scotia-Glenville sewer plant idea revived

Growth may make plan feasible

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Glenville and Scotia officials are interested in studying the feasibility of building their own sewage treatment plant. Both communities discharge their wastewater to the city of Schenectady’s plant and are facing rising costs. “It’s gotten to a point where it’s worth at least exploring,” said Glenville town Supervisor Chris Koetzle. Glenville’s payment to Schenectady, for example, has risen from $318,903 in 2009 to $455,000 this year. Scotia paid the city just a little more than ...

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