New Rochelle sewage work to hit taxpayers
Sound shore property owners can expect to pay hundreds more to flush their toilets, take baths or do laundry because an aging sewage treatment plant on New Rochelle's waterfront needs an additional $173 million in repairs.
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#1 Apr 23, 2009
those water treatment plants have not been have not been been worked on in years.another $173 millon from our pockets. quality of life is what we aall want . you should of upgrated what your sewarge plants and treatment plants when you bulit them
#2 Apr 23, 2009
We Americans, have taken fresh water for granted, for far too long. For centuries, we have dumped our filfth and waste, into the creeks,rivers, and oceans. The stoppages, and clean ups, are way behind schedules of and from decades ago. We all need, to find soloutions , to slow or stop the waste, and poloutions into the water ecosystems.
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