CELORON – Construction work to build an extension to the sewer district on Chautauqua Lake is slated to get underway this summer.
The South and Center Chautauqua Lake Sewer Districts Board of Directors unanimously voted this month to move forward with the West Side Sewer Extension Project.
The project is designed to provide public sewers to a portion of the unsewered properties on the west side of Chautauqua Lake along the Route 394 corridor up through Stow in an effort to service approximately 450 developed properties in the Town of North Harmony.
The work will be done by J.D. Northrup Construction, Inc. out of Ellicottville.
This undertaking will cost $16.9 million, which is funded via a combination of grants and a zero-interest loan from the New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation’s Clean Water State Revolving Fund.
Construction is expected to wrap up in the spring of 2023.