Woodlands set for new water, sewer (NY)

A state Health Department official Tuesday night encouraged the Hornellsville Town Board to allow the town to take dedication of a brand new water and sewer system in the former Green Acres Trailer Park.  Board members, most of whom seemed generally in favor of the request, are expected to vote next month on the issue.  The park was formerly privately held, but it is now owned by residents and operated as a non-profit entity by the Woodlands Homeowners’ Association. The Homeowners’ Association, in conjunction with Steuben County, successfully applied for a Community Development Block Grant to replace the sewer system and water system in the park. The grant is worth $750,000.   Read the article………….


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