Public water study to begin in Sea Cliff Water District

By Mike Conn with the Long Island Herald

Originally published in Long Island Herald


After a lengthy Request for Proposals process, the Village of Sea Cliff last week hired Walden Environmental Engineering, at a cost of $74,000, to study whether switching from private to public water is feasible.

The study will examine two possibilities — whether the village could establish a new public water authority, or join another such authority, Village Administrator Bruce Kennedy said.

“Our community has endured outrageous water prices for too long,” Kennedy said. “This study should create a clear path for the Sea Cliff Water District to obtain public water — clean, safe, affordable public water.”

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