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Findley Lake, Sherman Move Toward Joint Sewer Line

March 30, 2013

SHERMAN — Findley Lake and Sherman have moved one step closer to sharing sewer services by agreeing to an engineering study of the properties around Findley Lake....

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Mar-30-13 8:09 AM

Forget the wind farm, that would just be a bottomless money pit.

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Mar-30-13 8:33 AM

How will people that are unemployed, or on a fixed income, or have no credit, or cannot afford it, going to be able to pay the thousands of dollars to connect to a sewer line? Unless their are monies available to the homeowner this will crush a family. Retirement, college, savings, special plans or other repairs to a home will be shelved. For some that could take years to recover from.

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Mar-30-13 8:55 AM

Sherman residents spent the money 40 years ago to make sure the east branch of French Creek was the clean prestine waterway it is today and it is about time that the Findely Lake residents did there part to clean up the north branch of French Creek, of which Findley Lake is the headwaters. We applaud Sherman's foresite in the prevention of the continual pollution of such an inportant waterway.

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Mar-30-13 8:57 AM

mental their not there

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Mar-30-13 8:57 AM

Stupid auto correct

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Mar-30-13 10:02 AM

Hmmm...a 40 year old Sherman facility, large elevation changes just to pump that stuff up to Mina hill requires horsepower, heavy wall pipe at the bottom of Mina hill, no indication of increased maintenance costs to run/maintain the 40 year old plant Sherman paid for. How about a request to New York State for funding an upgrade to overbuild the Sherman plant to handle the load? (no pun) New York State is famous for funding promises and not following through. Looks like $35K apiece for Findley Lake residents.

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