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Hicksville Water District

Hicksville Water District: Grumman Plume Not a Danger to Our Water

Hicksville, New York (February 3, 2016) – Residents of Hicksville can rest assured, the town’s water supply is safe of contamination from the Grumman plume. The Hicksville Water District Board of Commissioners and the District employees would like to educate residents of their year-round commitment to providing the community with clean and safe water. In […]

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Hicksville Water District Re-Elects Karl Schweitzer as Commissioner, Swears in Nicholas Brigandi as Chairman

Hicksville, New York(January 18, 2016) – During the public board meeting on January 12, 2016, the Hicksville Water District proudly inducted Karl Schweitzer to serve his fourth term as Commissioner. The Hicksville community re-elected Schweitzer during its December 2015 public election. As a Commissioner, Schweitzer has been instrumental in maintaining high-water quality by restoring existing […]

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Spend Money This Holiday Season on Everything but the Kitchen Sink: Conserve Water and Money During the Holidays

With Novembers arrival, the holiday season is upon us, which can be an expensive time of year for anyone hosting gatherings. The Hicksville Water District Board of Commissioners is sharing tips to help residents conserve water and save money over the next few months. “A household can save about 50 gallons of water by defrosting frozen food in the refrigerator the night […]

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Hicksville Water District and Hicksville Fire Department Encourage Fire Hydrant Adoption, Help Promote Community Safety

 During a fire it is critical for first responders to connect a fire hose to a hydrant to extinguish flames in a timely fashion. However, during the winter, hydrants are often neglected and become buried under a pile of snow which becomes a danger to the community.  The Hicksville Water District and Hicksville Fire Department encourage individuals, families, businesses and […]

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Hicksville Water District Performs Fall Flushing on Fire Hydrants

 Hicksville Water District Board of Commissioners Chairman Karl M. Schweitzer and Hicksville Fire Department Board of Commissioners Chairman Scott E. Skrynecki remind residents District personnel will be conducting fire hydrant maintenance throughout the week of October 19th. Hydrant flushing allows the District to test the hydrants to ensure adequate flow and pressure is readily available […]

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District to Replace 20,000 Feet of Water Main Pipe

As part of the Hicksville Water District’s five-year Master Plan, Commissioners Karl M. Schweitzer, William Schuckmann and Nicholas Brigandi plan to replace approximately 20,000 feet of water main pipe in the southeast region of the District. The project is currently in the design phase and will go to the New York State Department of Health […]

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Hicksville Water District Encourages Proper Disposal of Pharmaceuticals

The Hicksville Water District Board of Commissioners Karl M. Schweitzer, William Schuckmann and Nicholas Brigandi encourage Hicksville residents to safely dispose of unwanted medications. Flushing pharmaceuticals down the toilet has negative effects on Long Island’s water systems. The Board puts forth a continuous effort to follow the environmental issues impacting Hicksville’s water.   “We are […]

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Hicksville Water District Taking Proactive Measures at Plant 9

The Hicksville Water District is taking proactive measures to replace all 11 pumps at Plant 9 on Alicia Street as part of the District’s five-year capital plan. Hicksville’s Plant 9 has three wells, each over 600 feet deep with a collective capacity of more than six million gallons of water a day. The District Commissioners, […]

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District Teaches Local Girl Scouts About the Community’s Water

The Hicksville Water District recently welcomed Girl Scouts of Nassau County Brownie Troop 3181 for a tour of Plant #8. During the tour, Superintendent Anthony Iannone explained to the Girls how drinking water comes from the ground and goes through a treatment process before it reaches their homes. The Girls will use their knowledge to […]

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District Completes New Nitrate System for Plant 1

The Hicksville Water District Board of Commissioners recently announced the completion of a new nitrate system for Plant 1 as part of the five-year capital improvement plan. Plant 1 features two wells that collectively pump up to four million gallons of water per day. The District is implementing facility upgrades to increase operational efficiency and […]

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