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New York State Environmental Facilities Corp. President and CEO Matt Driscoll, second from left, presents East Syracuse Mayor Danny Liedka with a ceremonial check for $279,000. Flanking them are Matt Millea, deputy county executive for physical services, left, and Chad Tolhurst, village trustee. The grant funds will help the village disconnect downspouts from the roofs of several village buildings and redirect the water into rain gardens and other green areas.

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East Syracuse awarded grant to help stop sewage overflow

The village of East Syracuse can solve a sewage overflow problem that has plagued the village for more than 50 years thanks in part to a $279,000 Green Innovation grant from the Central New York Economic Development Council.


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