SILVER CREEK – The Hanover Town Board will consider financing improvements for the sewage treatment plant during a special meeting that will get underway at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in Town Hall.
During a meeting last week, the board unveiled a list of repairs costing $5.4 million for the 34-year-old sewage treatment plant, This is the second time the board has addressed the problem. Last year, residents of the town sewer district, including Hanford and Sunset Bay and Routes 5 & 20 commercial area, opposed spending the money and the issue was set aside.
However, since then, the plant has been plagued by mechanical failures and equipment not working up to capacity, Improvements to the drying beds and chemical treatment system also are proposed.
During last week’s meeting. residents suggested expanding the sewer district to create more revenue.
A timeline for the construction also will be presented during Wednesday’s meeting.