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Pelham Manor govt on stormwater system projects: ‘a meaningful specific update can take time;’ try searching village website

Editor’s note: This press release was provided by the Village of Pelham Manor. 

Our commitment to providing services through merit is our top priority. We embarked on the Village-Wide Drainage Infrastructure Assessment (Drainage Assessment) to achieve a report that discusses findings and options of recommended projects that can increase system capacity; outlined in the Drainage Assessment Scope of Services. We are proud to be working toward an actionable and achievable sequence of projects that will show progress for our community.

We aim to provide updates to our community as frequently as practicable, however, as with any large-scale project there are many factors at play and a meaningful specific update can take time. Since the release of the Drainage Assessment, updates have been provided on a periodic basis; roughly once a month, typically aligning with the DPW Monthly Report at the Board of Trustees meetings. If you are curious to look through the latest updates, the best way to browse is by utilizing the search function on our website. You will get a bunch of results if you type the word “stormwater” or your respective watershed, i.e. “Watershed 3.”

Our team consistently works towards progress for each watershed. It is imperative these capacity improvements are executed with precision. Systematic stormwater management practices, coupled with capacity improvements, are our path forward. We have laid the groundwork for system enhancements and remain committed to high quality service delivery.


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