Clinton Village Reduces Carbon Emissions

The Village of Clinton Board met Monday evening to discuss new business.


The meeting began with the opening of the public hearing to discuss the Tax Levy Limit resolution. No members of the public wished to speak.


The Board approved resolutions accepting the February meeting minutes, vouchers, and Finance Committee report into Village records.


Village of Clinton Mayor Elizabeth Tantillo read the DPW and Water reports and gave DPW Superintendent Rob Rockwell best wishes recovering from his recent knee surgery.


The Clinton Fire Department answered 72 calls for February, with 33 medical calls and 59 fire calls. Four calls were for the Village. One out-of-district call was made to Westmoreland.


The Town of Kirkland Police Department answered 283 calls for February. Ninety-five were for the Village of Clinton with 20 accidents, 43 tickets, and five arrests made.


The Wastewater Treatment Plant processed 48 million gallons in February, hauling 32 tons of biosolids to the landfill. Flow Limit Certification for 2021 was achieved and preparations for the new generator are underway.


The Codes Department reported 14 open permits and one new permit.


The Engineering Report from Tim O'Hara said the project specs and proposals for the WWTP pipe painting project are set and he's ready to ask for a Request For Proposal. The Board approved a resolution to submit the…



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