New York State's record-spending clean water infrastructure bill will tackle projects from new water and sewer lines for cities to a new septic system at a rural house. The $2.5 billion for big and small projects will go a long way to improve the quality of lakes, streams and rivers, state legislators said. Members of the Western New York State Legislative delegation, who gathered at Canalside Monday, praised the bill that was included in the state budget.READ MORE ►
Flood of funding
N.Y. clean water bill called 'once-in-a-generation'