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Higgins Says Approval of Water Legislation Is Good News For Western New York

Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26) announced approval of the Water Resources Development Act (S. 612) delivering support for projects enhancing local waterways, improving water infrastructure and rebuilding the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Buffalo District headquarters.

EFC APPROVES $497.5 MILLION IN GRANTS & LOANS TO UPGRADE LOCAL WASTEWATER AND DRINKING...

During, the second quarter of EFC’s fiscal year, commencing in July and ending on September 30, the Board of Directors of the New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation (EFC) has approved $497.5 million in grants and interest-free and low-cost loans to support vital wastewater and drinking water infrastructure projects throughout New York State.

Rep. Zeldin Calls on Department of Defense to Assume All Costs for Water Hookup...

Congressman Lee Zeldin (R, NY-1) sent a letter today to Secretary of Defense Ash Carter and Director of the Air National Guard Lieutenant General Stanley E. Clarke III calling for the Department of Defense to assume all costs associated with connecting to the municipal water supply all homes affected by perfluorooctane sulfonic acid (PFOS) contamination

STATE DOT SETS INFORMATION MEETING ABOUT WATER TREATMENT PLANS JULY 1 MEETING BEING HELD...

The New York State Department of Transportation (DOT), in cooperation with the City of Hornell and the State Departments of Health (DOH) and Environmental Conservation (DEC), will host a public information meeting on Wednesday, July 1, regarding a water treatment facility it is installing to service two city water supply wells in Hornellsville, Steuben County.

SCHUMER REVEALS: HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF NEW FEDERAL DOLLARS NOW AVAILABLE TO POTENTIALLY FUND...

U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer today revealed that there are hundreds of millions of dollars in new federal funding pots to help cover the Bay Park Sewage Treatment Plant’s Ocean Outfall Pipe. The plant serves over 500,000 residents in Nassau County and was crippled in the wake of Sandy and was knocked offline for two days after nine feet of saltwater entered the facility.