BRIARCLIFF MANOR -- The annual Briarcliff Manor water report indicates there have been no violations of Department of Health water quality standards for the full year, Village Manager Philip E. Zegarelli in a recent report to residents.
The village also has one of the lowest “unallocated water loss” calculations in Westchester County, Zegarelli said. Unallocated water is water lost by leaks, breaks and other means in the transmission system.
Quarterly testing has extended the village's string of tests with no violations. Also, the village recently competed in the annual Westchester County tap water taste and came in second, Zegarelli said.
Zegarelli also reminded residents that unpaid and outstanding water bills (due and owing as of May 1) will be transferred to the June village real estate bill along with all fees and penalties to date. The village also imposes a transfer fee of $50.
Registration for the summer recreation program continues. The spring/summer 2015 brochure is available at the village library or at http://www.briarcliffmanorlibrary.org/brochure.pdf .
The next meeting of the village Board of Trustees will be Wednesday, May 20, at 8 p.m.
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