Senator Carlucci Statement on United Water New York’s Proposed Surcharge to Fund Hudson River Desalination Plant

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Senator Carlucci (D-Rockland/Westchester) said, “Even though the State has announced Rockland county’s demand for water has decreased, United Water New York continues to pursue $60 million dollars through a surcharge to build a desalination plant Rockland County does not need.”

Senator Carlucci continued, “Instead of working on conservation efforts to help continue to lower the demand for water in our county, United Water New York is willing to spend millions of our hard earned money on a bone-head plan to make Hudson river water drinkable. And why? The profit hungry corporation sees rivers of money for its executives.”

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