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City fixes problems with sewer

Plant struggled with stormwater

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The city has prevailed in yet another year of fighting the elements to preserve the city’s old sewage pipes. The sewage treatment plant finished the year without any permit violations, the Department of Environmental Conservation said. The city used to struggle with its permit restrictions because floodwater so often forced the plant to let untreated waste into the Mohawk River. In 2005, the city signed a consent order with DEC to repair its pipes so ...


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