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Engineer to aid stormwater fix in Rotterdam after EPA audit

Move may help town avoid fines

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Rotterdam has hired an engineering company to help sort through the town’s mess of a stormwater management program after a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency report last month cited numerous discrepancies. Members of the Town Board hired John McDonald Engineering at a cost of $53,470 last week. The company should help the town avoid potential fines from the EPA that could have been forthcoming absent immediate corrective action. “The fines that could be assigned to us ...


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