Public water study to begin in Sea Cliff Water District

By Mike Conn with the Long Island Herald

April 16, 2020

Originally published in Long Island Herald on April 16, 2020.


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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