Henderson work may impact businesses

HENDERSON — Henderson’s sewer and water projects could have a major impact on new businesses opening up, Town Supervisor Edwin D. Glaser said.

Mr. Glaser said one of the reasons why the sewer district is so important is because some of the properties on the waterfront, or the businesses that could change hands in the hamlet wouldn’t meet required Department of Health code.

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I think Mr. Wheeler meant to write effluents (liquid waste or sewage), and not afflunents (flowing freely or having a great deal of money).

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