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ALBANY – The Town of Catskill, Town of Rockland and City of Middletown have been approved for a total of over $12 million in loans from the State Environmental Facilities Corporation to improve water quality.
The Town of Catskill will receive $10.2 million in long-term, interest-free financing to plan, design and construct a wastewater collection and conveyance system to serve the newly formed Leeds and Jefferson Heights Sewer District, and to install mechanical screening at the village-owned wastewater treatment plan.
A $3.15 million grant was previously authorized for the project.
The Town of Rockland will receive $265,000 in short-term, interest-free financing and a more than $41,000 grant for a chlorine disinfection system at the Roscoe wastewater treatment plant.
The City of Middletown has been approved for a more than $2.2 million long-term, interest-free loan and over $359,000 in a grant for pump replacement.