November 3, 2017




Sewer lines expanded in Shandaken

SHANDAKEN – Work has been completed on a $2.2 million sewer line extension project in the Town of Shandaken. The project will provide centralized wastewater collection and treatment to additional homes and businesses that currently rely on individual septic systems.

The New York City Department of Environmental Protection funded the project. Since 1997, the City of New York spent more than $18 million on new infrastructure to connect more than 200 wastewater homes and businesses to wastewater treatment plants.   

“This municipal system, while being more environmentally friendly, provides these property owners with peace of mind knowing that they and future owners will never have to be burdened with the replacement of a privately owner system,” said Shandaken Supervisor Robert Stanley.


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