Cayuga County authority report calls for $30 million water, sewer upgrades in Aurora

Significant water and sewer improvements amounting to just over $30 million were identified for the village of Aurora in a report prepared for the Cayuga County Water and Sewer Authority.

The report, part of CCWSA's ongoing countywide water and sewer master plan review, recommends Aurora replace its over 60-year-old water treatment system, according to a news release issued Tuesday.

Wells College, the longtime owner and operator of the plant serving the village, is looking to get out of the water business, so Aurora is exploring its options. In the meantime, the village, Inns of Aurora and the college are working together to retrofit the Wells water plant to handle the possibility of algal toxins this summer.

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