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Officials weigh cost of building sewer plant

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Scotia and Glenville are moving ahead to study whether they should build a joint sewer plant. Both the Glenville Town Board and Scotia Board of Trustees want to hire a consultant to revisit the issue analyzed by Delaware Engineering in 2007. That study concluded that it would cost $12 million to build the facility, which both municipalities determined was cost-prohibitive at the time. However, Glenville Supervisor Chris Koetzle brought the issue to the table again ...

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