State awards engineering planning grants for infrastructure projects

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ALBANY – State announced $2.5 million in engineering planning grants to help relaunch the planning of water infrastructure projects.

Funding was awarded to municipalities in Dutchess, Orange, Sullivan and Westchester counties.

  • Town of Wawayanda – $30,000 to fund the development of a technical report to evaluate disinfection alternatives and recommend improvements to the wastewater treatment system.
  • Town of Thompson – $50,000 to identify sources of inflow and seepage in the Emerald Green Pump Station 6 area, evaluate alternatives and recommend improvements to the sewage collection system.
  • Village of Sleepy Hollow – $28,800 to identify sources of inflow and seepage, evaluate alternatives and recommend improvements to the sewage collection system.
  • City of Fallsburg – $50,000 to identify sources of inflow and seepage in the Laurel Avenue area, evaluate alternatives and recommend improvements to the sewage collection system.
  • City of Cornwall – $100,000 to identify sources of inflow and seepage in the Firthcliffe Heights and Beaverdam Lake sewer districts, assess alternatives and recommend improvements to the sewage collection system.
  • Town of Wappinger – $100,000 to identify sources of inflow and seepage in the Mid-Point Park sewer district, evaluate alternatives and recommend improvements to the sewage collection system.
  • Town of Newburgh – $20,000 to assess the feasibility of constructing a new central sewage collection system to serve the West Orange Lake area and evaluate collection and treatment alternatives.
  • City of Mount Vernon – $100,000 to assess the condition of the municipal segregated storm sewer system, evaluate alternatives and recommend improvements to the storm sewer system.
  • Town of New Windsor – $100,000 to identify sources of inflow and seepage, assess alternatives and recommend improvements to the sewage collection system.
  • Town of Newburgh – $100,000 to identify sources of inflow and seepage into the West Trunk Sewer, evaluate alternatives and recommend improvements to the sewage collection system.

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