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Lodi Town Board stands by resolution supporting Seneca Meadows expansion

In Lodi, New York, the Town Board maintained its backing for the Seneca Meadows Inc. landfill’s expansion in a recent vote.

On February 14, the board had initially voted 4-1 in favor of supporting the landfill in nearby Seneca Falls, operated by Texas-based Waste Connections.


Despite opposition and calls for reconsideration, a motion to rescind this support was defeated 3-2 on March 27, after being postponed from its original March 14 discussion date.

The proposed expansion of the Seneca Meadows landfill, New York State’s largest landfill, seeks to increase its size by 47 acres vertically. This would potentially extend its operational life until 2040.

The decision has garnered mixed reactions from the community, with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation currently reviewing the expansion permit application.