Cortland Common Council meets tomorrow night (March 2) where a vote is expected on moving forward with the interconnection of the city’s water distribution system with the town of Cortlandville
According to the official resolution, the town’s system is currently operating at near capacity, while the city’s is at below-capacity.
Proponents of the measure, which is a proposed solution to closing this gap, say it’s more cost effective for the town to purchase water from the city than to construct a new pumping station of its own.
Both municipalities already share adjoining physical locations.
Additionally, Council will continue discussing issues related to trash and recycling collection in the city.
Tomorrow’s meeting begins at 7 pm on the second floor of city hall, 22 Court Street in Cortland.