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Ex-Saratoga Springs DPW chief criticizes sale of water to Wilton

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A former city official is criticizing Public Works Commissioner Anthony “Skip” Scirocco for selling city water to be used by a new residential development in Wilton. William McTygue, who was the city public works administrator before retiring two years ago, said contracts between the city and the Wilton Water and Sewer Authority say the city can sell water for use only in the Northway Exit 15 commercial zones of nearby Wilton. “The contract is very ...


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