Brindisi announces $6 million to upgrade Utica storm sewers

Aug 26, 2013 Full story: WKTV 9

Assemblymember Anthony J. Brindisi says that the State Assembly is awarding six million dollars for a project to separate the storm sewer collection process from the sewage treatment collection system.

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will walk

Utica, NY

#1 Aug 26, 2013
is the city getting millions from marcy for the sewage treatment center? to add them to the sewage treatment center and cant that money to be used for what he wants also
Tomato Pie Face

Schenectady, NY

#2 Aug 26, 2013
The whole city of utica isn't worth 6 million! Lol
will walk

Utica, NY

#3 Aug 26, 2013
Tomato Pie Face wrote:
The whole city of utica isn't worth 6 million! Lol
i was wondering why the water sewer businesses where building on broad street one huge warehouse was just built and i believe another one also is being built how do they know to build before the money comes?
MOS

United States

#4 Aug 26, 2013
will walk wrote:
<quoted text>i was wondering why the water sewer businesses where building on broad street one huge warehouse was just built and i believe another one also is being built how do they know to build before the money comes?
Because they're all "connected" to the "elite" corrupt parasite class of Liberals and Friends & Family crony pack.

Follow the money, it always leads back to the same 20 names. Get out of there while you people still can. You could own a 100% top flight excavating contracting company far far better in quality of work than the usual guidos in oootica and they would actually shun you even if your bid was half that of their "friends". The OD won't report on it nor will WKTV because they're simply too dull and in denial, as well as they need to enable the scam life in order to survive themselves.
Try

Utica, NY

#5 Aug 27, 2013
Where's the sewer repair money for the rest of the counties villages and towns? Why does mr brindisi continue to stroke the city of Utica to the detriment of other municipalities? Look what he did to legislate Uticas ambulance into legal compliance. It's despicable.
King Andrew of Albany

Long Island City, NY

#6 Aug 27, 2013
Tomato Pie Face wrote:
The whole city of utica isn't worth 6 million! Lol
The entire county isn't worth six dollars.
Truth

Utica, NY

#7 Aug 27, 2013
Somebody knowledgeable correct me if I'm wrong please.

This money is going to upgrade sewers on Oriskany Blvd. They are separating storm water and sanitary sewage so that only the sanitary sewage will go to the treatment plant. While those lines are in Utica, don't they serve as a downstream collection point for sewage and storm water coming from the suburbs to the west like Whitestown and New Hartford and going to the treatment plant? There is only one sewage treatment plant that all of the sewage runs to isn't that right? Whitestown doesn't have one, New Hartford doesn't have one. It all goes to the Oneida County plant off Wurz Ave doesn't it?

All this being true then doesn't an upgrade, the separation of sanitary and storm sewers along Oriskany Blvd. benefit the entire system? I think it does and this is the type of project where money should be spent rather than on hockey teams and restaurants.
Whats the diff

United States

#8 Aug 27, 2013
Truth wrote:
Somebody knowledgeable correct me if I'm wrong please.
This money is going to upgrade sewers on Oriskany Blvd. They are separating storm water and sanitary sewage so that only the sanitary sewage will go to the treatment plant. While those lines are in Utica, don't they serve as a downstream collection point for sewage and storm water coming from the suburbs to the west like Whitestown and New Hartford and going to the treatment plant? There is only one sewage treatment plant that all of the sewage runs to isn't that right? Whitestown doesn't have one, New Hartford doesn't have one. It all goes to the Oneida County plant off Wurz Ave doesn't it?
All this being true then doesn't an upgrade, the separation of sanitary and storm sewers along Oriskany Blvd. benefit the entire system? I think it does and this is the type of project where money should be spent rather than on hockey teams and restaurants.
Hahaha What's the difference? Everyone knows the majority of any money will just go to the same low standards "contractor" people anyway.
Tomato Pie Face

Schenectady, NY

#9 Aug 27, 2013
Whats the diff wrote:
<quoted text>Hahaha What's the difference? Everyone knows the majority of any money will just go to the same low standards "contractor" people anyway.
They are too blind to see it. The next "major" upgrade will be replacing the chairlifts at the parkway or some bs like that. Doesn't matter. Lol

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