Schmitt named to water-quality task force

Assemblyman Colin Schmitt has been appointed to an Assembly Republican task force that will look at ways to protect water quality and provide state funding for water and sewer projects.

“From the very beginning of my term a top concern and priority of mine has been addressing water quality problems and water crises in my district and our entire region,” the New Windsor Republican said in a statement announcing his appointment. “From emerging contaminants like PFAS/PFOA, aging infrastructure, depletion of aquifers to harmful algae blooms and wastewater treatment concerns all levels of government must work together to deliver results.”

The Assembly Minority Task Force on Water Quality will hold public hearings around the state. One will take place at 6 p.m. on Oct. 30 at the Vails Gate Fire Department at 872 Blooming Grove Turnpike in New Windsor.

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