Boil Water Advisory Update

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Many have been asking how long will those in impacted areas need to boil their water. Supervisor Christa Filipowicz just spoke with MCWA and they say 36-48 hours, however depending on their sampling results, it could be longer.
They are currently sampling water at approved locations in the area. Lifting the notice requires two sets of passing health samples which are taken 18-24 hours apart. Once passing samples are received they will be submitted to the Health Department requesting authorization to lift the boil water advisory.
Results from the first set should be ready this afternoon. At that time MCWA will be out to take the second set of samples. We will continue to provide updates as we receive them.

Boil Water Advisory

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Last night there was a water main break on Lake Road in Clarkson. Supervisor Filipowicz was informed that the Monroe County Water Authority notified an number of residents in Clarkson that they should boil water as a precaution. Out of an abundance of caution they have now just expanded the advisory to include additional areas. See info

Support Boards

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We anticipate possible openings on the support boards for the town of Clarkson. This could include Planning, Zoning, Conservation, Architectural Review and Assessment Review. If interested please email your resume and letter of interest to Supervisor Christa Filipowicz at

Crime Prevention Workshop

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Mark your calendars– September 21!
We’re hosting a Crime Prevention Workshop to learn more from MC Sheriffs Office about home safety, community safety and neighborhood watch!

Join MCSO Deputy Brendan Hurley for a presentation on home safety, community safety and neighborhood watch.

September 21 at 7PM
Lodge at Kimball Park – 8000 Ridge Road

For more info contact:
Councilperson Leslie Zink –
Councilperson Tom Guarino –

Job Opening

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The Town of Clarkson is seeking a Transfer Station Operator for Saturdays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Interested Clarkson Residents should email