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February 11, 2020

The Village of Clinton board met last Monday night to discuss January's business. 

 

The DPW removed 17.21 tons over 14 loads to Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste. Two loads of metal were recycled for $73.94. Nine televisions, six tires, and 110 Christmas trees were removed. 

 

Water Plant 2 pumped 11,520,400 gallons at an average daily rate of 371,616 gallons. Plants 1 and 2 pumped a combined 11,959,400 gallons and used 80 gallons of chlorine and 393.5 pounds of fluoride. 

 

The Clinton Fire Department answered 71 calls for January. Forty-three were medical and 28 fire related. A garage on Martin Street was a partial loss and a house was saved on Laurel Place.

 

Town of Kirkland Police Administrative Officer Shawn Occhipinti said call volume, tickets, and arrests were up in January. 

 

He has contacted the NYS Police Scales Unit to check the weights and permits for the sewage trucks routing through the Village.

 

The Wastewater Treatment Plant treated 106 millions gallons at an average of 3.4 million gallons a day. Forty-six tons of biosolids were..

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