The New York State Canal Corporation, and a lack of rain recently, are to blame for the severely low water levels at Hinckley Reservoir.That's the word from Pat Becher, executive director of the Mohawk Valley Water Authority.
Monday, July 27th, 2015 Today we will speak with Smitty from Tri-Valley Beverage about the Clydesdales, Kevin Shanley about his challenging Jerome McKinsey's petitions for Council, and Assemblyman Marc Butler about Hinckley water levels.
An agreement between the Mohawk Valley Water Authority and the state Canal Corporation gives the Authority the rights to use up to 48 and-a-half million gallons of water a day from the Hinckley Reservoir. MWVA Executive Director Pat Becher says the agreement ends a nearly 8-year long legal dispute...
Utica, NY (WIBX) - It won't lower your water bill, but a long-awaited agreement between the Mohawk Valley Water Authority and NYS Canal Corporation, promises to benefit Oneida and Herkimer County communities.