A Catskill Aqueduct siphon chamber overlooks Nelsonville. (Photo by L.S. Armstrong)
Work continues through Nov. 30
Repairs to the aqueduct that carries water from the Catskills to New York City, passing through Philipstown, began Oct. 14 and will continue through Nov. 30, according to a scheduled released by the town.
The shutdown schedule includes repairs, biofilm removal and/or grouting at 11 sites, including near Foundry Brook (Douglas Lane), Indian Brook (Moog Road and Avery Road), Garrison (Philipse Brook Road), and Continental Village and Sprout Brook (Old Albany Post Road, Sprout Brook Road and Ridge Road).
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