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WATER CONCERNS

Glenville residents seek town water

Sunnyside homeowners wary of encroaching contamination

Houses on Havenbrook Drive in Glenville are pictured in March 2014. Residents are concerned about contamination reaching their wells from the former Kenco Chemical Co. site.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Houses on Havenbrook Drive in Glenville are pictured in March 2014. Residents are concerned about contamination reaching their wells from the former Kenco Chemical Co. site.
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A map that accompanied a previous version of this story incorrectly labeled the concentration of contaminants as milligrams per liter. The correct unit of measure was micrograms per liter. Residents of Glenville’s Sunnyside Gardens housing development are petitioning to get on the town’s water supply as a contamination plume continues to inch its way south toward their private wells. The contamination originated a mile north at 107 Freemans Bridge Road, site of the former Kenco ...


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