HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. — Two more properties in the village have been officially added to the state's cleanup program for contamination, according to the New York Department of Environmental Conservation. Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics' McCaffrey Street manufacturing facility was declared a state Superfund last February after high levels of PFOA were found in groundwater and soil.
HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. — Updates on studies of pollution and efforts to find a new water source will be on tap at a two-part community meeting on Monday.Officials are also expected to release results of water and soil sample testing from four sites, including the McCaffrey Street manufacturing facility that was nominated as a federal Superfund after high levels of the man-made chemical were found.The first portion is a presentation that starts at 6 p.m. at the Hoosick Falls Central School on...
HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. — Village officials have voted to hire a new attorney to represent them in talks over PFOA contamination and environmental remediation. Trustees voted this week to engage David A. Engel, with Albany law firm Nolan & Heller. The 6-1 vote came after an executive session during the Village Board's monthly meeting at the senior center on Tuesday night. Trustee Robert Downing was the sole vote against. Engel has represented residents group Healthy Hoosick Water.
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