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    Lightbulb Clarence home owners(& others) along Ellicott Creek pay for Lancasters dumping ! ?

    Clarence & other home owners along Ellicott Creek pay for Lancasters dumping ! ?

    If you live near Ellicott Creek down stream of Lancaster if you suffer ground water damage if you buy flood insurance Lancaster could be your true problem .
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    Did you know the Town of Lancaster allows and approves dumping/pumping over 18 Million gallons of water yearly into Ellicott Creek !
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    This is not rain or storm water run off its pumped directly from two commercial sites into the Ellicott Creek . It continues - even during rain days , during high water times and snow thaws ! The Lancaster Town Board is aware , they approve and seem unconcerned .
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    They also approved recent land stripping along the protected Ellicott Creek wetlands in Lancaster the shore line was stripped East of the Stony Rd.Bridge in Lancaster . This has resulted in polluting of Creek water (Small reprimand from DEC Town Board informed no corrective action taken.
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    Check out this link form or info - http://www.speakupwny.com/forums/showthread.php?t=16786
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4248
    Clarence & other home owners along Ellicott Creek pay for Lancasters dumping ! ?

    If you live near Ellicott Creek down stream of Lancaster if you suffer ground water damage if you buy flood insurance Lancaster could be your true problem .
    >>
    Did you know the Town of Lancaster allows and approves dumping/pumping over 18 Million gallons of water yearly into Ellicott Creek !
    >>
    This is not rain or storm water run off its pumped directly from two commercial sites into the Ellicott Creek . It continues - even during rain days , during high water times and snow thaws ! The Lancaster Town Board is aware , they approve and seem unconcerned .
    >>
    They also approved recent land stripping along the protected Ellicott Creek wetlands in Lancaster the shore line was stripped East of the Stony Rd.Bridge in Lancaster . This has resulted in polluting of Creek water (Small reprimand from DEC Town Board informed no corrective action taken.
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    Check out this link form or info - http://www.speakupwny.com/forums/showthread.php?t=16786
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    Can you post an independent link? Not one from SU?

    Thanks

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    Lightbulb Sorry heres the link showing where some of the18 million gallons come from

    Quote Originally Posted by atotaltotalfan2001
    Can you post an independent link? Not one from SU?

    Thanks

    Heres the "Independent link" -you asked for. I'm not sure if Clarence is as affected as Willaimsville and Amherst are. but check out the map - follow the Ellicott Creek route.

    http://maps.live.com/default.aspx?v=...!131&encType=1



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