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Let’s treat the River as our small communities do, not as Montreal does.

December 11th, 2015 | Posted by Lee
We should celebrate the example they set for appropriate respect and “treatment” of our freshwater.
from the Thousand Islands Sun, Wed., December 9th, by Pamela McDowell, “Clayton takes final step to prevent pollution”
We were there watch and applaud the closure of the Village’s last remaining combined sanitary and stormwater overflow outfall. And it bears repeating, “This is great. With the backdrop of the city of Montreal purposely dumping eight billion liters of raw sewage into the river recently, this small community wth limited resources is doing the right thing. Montreal may do the above ground “pretty work” well, but this dirty work that we do underground is what counts.”
Also commending Clayton, James Wright, Director of the Development Authority of the North Country, in a letter published in the Watertown Daily Times, December 10th, “Clayton has enhanced quality of the river”, worth a read here: http://ow.ly/VMb7R

We should celebrate the example they set for appropriate respect and “treatment” of our freshwater.

Clayton CSO

from the Thousand Islands Sun, Wed., December 9th, by Pamela McDowell

We were there watch and applaud the closure of the Village’s last remaining combined sanitary and stormwater overflow outfall. And it bears repeating, “This is great. With the backdrop of the city of Montreal purposely dumping eight billion liters of raw sewage into the river recently, this small community wth limited resources is doing the right thing. Montreal may do the above ground “pretty work” well, but this dirty work that we do underground is what counts.”

Also commending Clayton, James Wright, Director of the Development Authority of the North Country, in a letter published in the Watertown Daily Times, December 10th, “Clayton has enhanced quality of the river“.

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