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DEC proposal encourages business compliance

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In 2011, an accidental sewage discharge from Amsterdam’s aged sewer system cost city taxpayers $5,700. Then, a Middleburgh chemical company was ordered to contribute $50,000 to the town and create a $500,000 escrow account to clean up groundwater contamination after a spill. That same year, a church in Central Bridge was ordered to pay $2,950 after a heating oil tank leaked, and a town of Amsterdam firm faced more than $30,000 in fines for the ...


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