Binghamton City Council Discusses Lawsuit, Binghamton Johnson City Sewage Treatment Plant
Five years ago a 20 foot plus concrete wall at the Binghamton Johnson City Joint Sewage treatment plant collapsed leaving quite a mess for everyone.
Tonight's city council meeting went into executive session to discuss the status of the multiple lawsuits taking place as well as looking at the causes of the collapse of wall and other deficiencies.
Mayor Rich David says the informational meeting is helpful for council members and trustees to become more familiar with some of the issues that plague the plant.
"Because as you know there is a major, multi-faceted, multi-million dollar plan in place to rehabilitate the Binghamton Johnson City Joint Sewage Treatment Plant. A plant that has changed in recent years since I've taken office in order to adequately address the issues that have plagued this plant for the better part of a decade," said Mayor Rich David.