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Superfund to pay for extension of line for 112 Glenville homes

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Glenville residents in the path of a slow-moving groundwater contamination plume won’t have to drink well water much longer. The state Department of Environmental Conservation announced Friday it will install a water line for about 112 homes in the area of a plume that continues to move south toward the Mohawk River. The state Superfund will pay for the public water line, which will serve homes along Sunnyside Road and in the Sunnyside Gardens development. ...

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