Stockport moving ahead with water projects
Sep 24, 2014 6:49 am
Justin Davis is reporting in The Columbia Paper the Stockport Town Board has moved ahead with projects intended to resolve multiple water issues, specifically the brown water in Kings Acres and Water District 2, and water pressure problems for residents off Route 9. The town has borrowed $400,000 to resolve the these problems. The work to be done includes painting and lining the water tank, installing and repairing fire hydrants, and a new control panel in the Stockport Pump Station. The town is also drilling a larger water line and installing a new junction box for several houses on Route 9 near Rossman Road. The new line and junction box will resolve water pressure issues that have been ongoing for nearly 30 years at those locations. Read the full story in The Columbia Paper.