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A new state report about a pilot program to test school drinking water for lead recommends that all Vermont school water systems be tested for the toxic metal immediately. more

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Cynthia Nixon squared off in their first and only debate last week ahead of the Democratic primary contest on Sept. 13. more

Editorials

The 2017 annual drinking water quality report stated on Sept. 13, 2017 that the Gooseneck water production was 625,000 gallons of water per day. more

Letters to the Editor

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TICONDEROGA | The Town of Ticonderoga has signed a consent decree with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the state Department of Health to bring the town’s water system into compliance with state and federal drinking water regulations. more

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TICONDEROGA | The recent North Country Algal Blooms Summit in Ticonderoga was part of a $65 million initiative to understand and prevent the growth of summer algae blooms. more

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HORICON | The Horicon Town Board unanimously voted Nov. 14 to put a cork in the Watering Tub after a test of water quality turned up E.coli. more

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Officials wary of scaling back plans more

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TICONDEROGA | The Town of Ticonderoga has recently begun construction on its combined sanitary and stormwater sewer collection and treatment system. more

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TICONDEROGA | The new public water system for Ticonderoga could be turned on in a year, Town Supervisor Joseph Giordano says. more

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HAGUE | The New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation is making a $92,000 zero-interest loan to the Hague Community Homeowners Association Inc. for a new water plant. more

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CHESTERTOWN — The Town of Chestertown has submitted an application to the state Department of Environmental Conservation for a $500,000 project to provide a new water delivery and treatment facility for Pottersville. more

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KEENE — The results are in for the town’s annual drinking water quality report: more

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I want to assure the residents of Ticonderoga that the water supply project is on track with the wells and upgrades to the Baldwin Filter Plant. more

Letters to the Editor

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BRANT LAKE — The Town of Horicon is continuing to post a “Notice of Non-Potability” on the town’s website, warning residents and visitors the state Department of Health is strongly recommending people not drink water from the “Watering Tub.” more

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THURMAN — The Town of Thurman has started a project on June 12 which will restore water to five properties where wells were affected by road salt being stored by the town. more

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BEEKMANTOWN —  The state Department of Environmental Conservation has approved Beekmantown’s plan to remediate salt issues at the properties located near the town’s municipal salt storage area. more

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LAKE PLACID — With the last remnants of snow fading from view, a local coalition still has road salt on the brain. more

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MONTPELIER — The Vermont legislature is now well into the final chapter of a high-stakes saga that began in 2010. more

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SARANAC — Town and county officials are working with the state to solve well contamination issues in Moffitsville. more

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BEEKMANTOWN — The salty issue facing the community today is one step closer to being addressed. more

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