From the desk of:
Keith A. Langley, Supervisor
Town of East Greenbush
I am happy to announce the beginning of the Town’s Sewer Rehabilitation Project. The first project will consist of an effort to mitigate what is commonly known as I & I, or Inflow and Infiltration.
The Inflow aspect of I & I was chosen to kick the project off. A sample of homes has been identified as having a sump pump outlet connected to the Sanitary Sewer system. The sump pump outlets will be diverted from the sanitary sewer system to the stormwater drainage system. Current sump pump connections to the sanitary sewer system cause an unnecessary burden on the Town’s wastewater treatment plant, thus this project will prove to be an effective mitigation measure.
A special thanks goes to the residents of Massachusetts Avenue for their cooperation in the project. Their participation demonstrates a commitment to their community and an important change for East Greenbush.
Other good news is the May grand opening of the new Subway Shop at the intersection of Route 4 and 9& 20. The revitalization of 9 & 20 a high priority for our Town and we appreciate Subway’s contribution. Subway has established a very attractive presence on that site, increasing the size of their store as well as the size of their commitment to our Town. Stop by and see them, the food is great!
Finally, it is with great pride that I invite you to join me in congratulating Vincent Memole upon his promotion to Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army Reserve. Lt Col Memole is a native son of East Greenbush, an employee of the Town Highway Department for 19+ years and has served the Clinton Heights Fire Department for 22 years. East Greenbush is fortunate to be the home of this distinguished patriot. I thank him for his service.
Last Updated on Thursday, 04 April 2013 11:54