Crouch backs ‘underground infrastructure’ bill

ALBANY – Assemblyman Clifford Crouch (R-Bainbridge) is pushing a new bill that may help local municipalities revitalize aging water, sewer, storm drains, and gas lines.

Crouch, along with his Assembly colleagues, called on the state legislature last week to create the Safe Water and Infrastructure Action Program (SWAP), which they say would help cities, towns and villages repair or replace deteriorating underground infrastructure.

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