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It starts with a cut D'Ambra Construction has started work on the $17.5 million Bayside sewer project that will bring service to more than 900 properties currently dependent on septic systems and cesspools. The work being partially subsidized with more
To the Editor: We would like to express our support for the Bayside Sewer project. We have been waiting many years to be able to tie-in to the city sewer system and we are glad that this project will finally get started. We appreciate the efforts of our more
To the Editor: I went to the meeting concerning the sewers Thursday night, Sept 16. This meeting was a sham. Our mayor should have called this meeting before he signed the OK to go ahead. When I said that to him his reply was that he did. If he did we more
By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Frank Picozzi refused to tell about 60 Bayside residents what they wanted to hear last Thursday: that he would put a halt to plans to bring sewers to 935 residential properties after 20 years of delays. In what was surely the most more
By JOHN HOWELL Those who know the neighborhood forecast a large turnout of mostly objectors as the Warwick Sewer Authority conducts a public hearing on the Bayside sewer project staring this evening at 5 p.m. at City Hall. Yet, Ward 5 Councilman Ed more
By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Frank Picozzi notified 935 property owners in what has been collectively called Bayside on Monday that construction of sewers, which was promised decades ago, would start this year. What's more, Picozzi locked in the assessment for a more
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