By Michael P. Sweeton
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Week of February 19, 2017
The Town, designated as an MS-4 community by the NYS DEC, is required to monitor and protect its water bodies and water supplies. One way we insure our compliance is by enforcing our Cross Connection law for users of our public water systems. The Cross Connection law is to safeguard the potable water supply from potential contamination by preventing backflow from a water user's system into the public water supply system and to comply with the requirements of the New York State Sanitary Code, Title 10 New York Codes, Rules and Regulations, Part 5, § 5-1.31.
Cross connection is a temporary or permanent connection of a drinking water line with another water or waste line, such as an independent well or irrigation water. Cross connections can potentially contaminate the drinking water system and cause a public health concern. All nonresidential users of the public water system and all residential users of the public water system having auxiliary water supply, including but not limited to a private well, lawn sprinkler or irrigation system, shall be required to comply with the cross connection law.
This is to be accomplished by:
If you have any questions regarding compliance with the law, please call my office at 986-1120, ext. 240.
Once again, AARP is offering free, reliable tax preparation for low and moderate income individuals, seniors and families. Volunteers will be at the Warwick Reformed Church, 16 Maple Avenue (across the street from St. Anthony’s Hospital). Call 2-1-1 or 1-(800)-899-1479 to make your appointment.
“We must do what America does best: Offer more opportunity to all and demand more responsibility from all.”
By William Jefferson Clinton (42nd President, 1993-2001)
The next regular meeting of the Town Board will be held on Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. in the Warwick Town Hall, 132 Kings Highway.