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Water woes on the move

Officials looking to halt contamination

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Contamination that originated at a site just north of Lowe’s Home Improvement in Glenville appears to be spreading south in the direction of private wells along Sunnyside Road, leaving residents with a difficult question: Do they wait for red tape to clear before the state can remedy the contamination, or do they petition now to get on the town’s water supply? After a public information meeting at the Glenville Municipal Center Wednesday night, it wasn’t ...


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rpandori
May 3, 2014
8:19 a.m.

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Didn't we budget a lot of money called a "Super Fund" in the nineties just to be used for this purpose? Why hasn't the pollution been put in check? Why should the people downstream of the problem be held accountable for a problem they didn't create? The elected officials need to step up or step aside, and get the funds required to fix the problem. What do we payout all this money for?

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