On Monday the Waterloo Village Board voted to annex 2.47 acres of land located behind the North Seneca Ambulance at Burgess and North roads.
The village is now waiting for approval from he State Health Department in order to seek bids for construction of a new water storage tower on the land, something that is part of a 9.1 million dollar project for the village.
The project is funded with a $3 million dollar grant, $500,000 from the water reserve fund and a $5.6 million dollar loan from the state Environmental Facilities Corporation, interest free.
The tower would support water pressure for Burgess Road, Junius and Tyre.
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