SILVER CREEK – The Hanover Town Board will host an open house at the waste water treatment plant in Irving on Sept. 10.
Supervisor Todd Johnson made the announcement Monday at the regular meeting of the town board, held in town hall. He said tours of the plant will be offered and people will be on hand to explain the work that is proposed to bring the plant up to date.
The town has looked at spending about $5 million to make several improvements to the 33-year-old facility. Johnson said the open house will give residents a chance to see the issues at the plant and understand the need for maintenance and improvements.
Residents of the district will receive notices by mail this week with their regularly scheduled water/sewer bills.
In other news, Highway Supervisor Steve D’Angelo received permission to purchase two dump trucks and two stainless steel dump truck boxes at a total cost of $271,262. The purchase, which is budgeted under the highway equipment fund, is subject to a 30-day permissive referendum.
Johnson said the last date for the town’s beach at Sunset Bay to be open will be Monday.