Wa­ter­shed Corp. aids stormwa­ter projects

Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY) - - COMMUNITY -

The Catskill Wa­ter­shed Corp. Board of Directors on Oct. 4 au­tho­rized re­im­burse­ment for stormwa­ter de­sign and im­ple­men­ta­tion costs ne­ces­si­tated by a num­ber of con­struc­tion projects in the New York City Wa­ter­shed west of the Hud­son River.

About $6,400 will be re­im­bursed for stormwa­ter de­signs for two com­mu­nity projects. The H.D. Lane Vol­un­teer Fire Com­pany in Lanesville, town of Hunter, has built an ad­di­tion to the fire hall, and the town of Lex­ing­ton is to build a pavil­ion at a new park.

Ad­di­tional costs were also ap­proved for pre­vi­ously funded stormwa­ter projects. Wind­ham home­owner Chris Bar­ber was ap­proved for $40,085, while 3115 Route 28 LLC in Shokan was ap­proved for $29,500 for an ad­di­tion and park­ing lot. Ad­di­tion­ally, the board ap­proved spend­ing $17,800 to have the Wa­ter­shed Corp. park­ing lot and hand­i­cap ac­cess ramp repaved.

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