Is there a new deal in the works for the Town of Seneca Falls and the Seneca Meadows Landfill?
Finger Lakes1.com reports the Seneca Falls Town Board tonight, could discuss a deal that would keep the state’s largest landfill open until 2037 providing the town of Seneca Falls will upwards of 100-million dollars over the next 19-years.
In an email to Finger Lakes 1, Town Supervisor Greg Lazzaro writes: “This will give The Town economic stability and viability, while bringing economic development into the community. This will also show Seneca Falls to be business friendly. This is a private-public partnership which will strengthen Seneca Falls. The alternative will bring deep cuts to our programs and services, and an increase in taxes. It is a financial agreement that the Town of Seneca Falls needs to embrace.”