With certain areas of Scarsdale experiencing an increase in severe storms leading to flooding and a growing tendency to back up sewers and storm drains, the village board announced in a working session on 18 October that a number of solutions were available. We discussed one potential solution from or considered. With a few exceptions, the head of the Department of Public Works, Jeff Coleman, said that when homeowners go to sell their homes and when homeowners sell their homes, sewage pump connections are corded off. We talked about being certified as compliant with. Homeowner has over $100,000 in renovations.
Village manager Robert Cole said it was “a key strategy in our overall effort to mitigate these impacts,” adding that it “has a meaningful impact but avoids situations like those people have experienced in the past.” It does not preclude .” In other words, this is a piece of the puzzle, not a complete solution.