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Plans unknown at this time, but DEC permits to discharge wastewater requested at former Bristol Harbour Resort

What’s next for Bristol Harbour?

It’s not entirely clear at this point, but the property at 5410 Seneca Point Road is the subject of new Department of Environmental Conservation permit requests.


The owners of the property, Todd and Laura Cook, haven’t clarified what the plans are for the property — but the resort, which had been a staple in the region — was closed over the summer due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.

The permit request is for discharging thousands of gallons of treated wastewater into a Canandaigua Lake tributary.

The owners are seeking approval to discharge 0.065 million gallons per day into Seneca Point Creek, a Class C tributary to Canandaigua Lake, a Class AA waterbody.


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