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Saratoga County Water Authority considers options for cleaning water

Officials prepared to spend as much as $10M to reduce acid content

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The Saratoga County Water Authority is planning to spend as much as $10 million to try to eliminate an ongoing problem with high levels of disinfection by-product chemicals in its water. The authority has engineers testing three options for resolving the problem, which has caused two of the authority’s municipal customers — Ballston and Clifton Park — to stop buying its water. At an authority meeting Thursday in Ballston Spa, acting Executive Director Ed Hernandez ...


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