Updates

Spring 2017 Forest Park Flush Day

COMPLETE – The Biannual Water Main flush day in Forest Park will be Tuesday MAY 16th between 9am and 2pm. We strongly recommend closing your homes main valve for the duration of that time. This will prevent any draw back from your house as well as keep turbid flush water out. Please feel free to call the office with any questions.

Leak repair in Town of Hurley

COMPLETE – We will be repairing a leak on a section of pipe along Zandhoek Rd in Hurley today 5/1/2017. Due to the location of the repair, water service may be interrupted around that general area including Walnut St, Hook St and Benson Ct.  Some people may experience lower than normal pressure and/or turbid water on Mountain View Ave.  Thank you for your understanding.

 

NOTICE of Rate Change

On February 23, 2016, Rolling Meadows Water Corp. filed a request with NYS Public Service Commission (PSC) to increase its annual revenues by about $169,841 or 34.05%. In its order Approving Rates and Eliminating Surcharge issued February 21,2017 in Case 16-W-0121, the PSC authorized an $111,654 or 21.87% increase to the company’s total operating revenues, effective March 1, 2017. The PSC Order also authorized the Company to cancel its $40/customer annual surcharge for capital improvements and emergency repairs. The Company’s tariff is accessible on the PSC’s web page at http:www.dps.ny.gov/ – from the Home Page, select WATER, then Tariffs, and then Effective Water Tariffs.

Please note that for customers in the Hillside Acres service area, this rate change will NOT affect the purchased Water Surcharge applied to your bill for water purchased from the City of Kingston.

The new rates are listed below under the FAQ (frequently asked questions) section of this web page. Any quarterly bills that include service months before March 1, 2017 will be pro-rated.

 

 

Forest Park Fall Flush day

COMPLETE – The Biannual Water Main flush day in Forest Park will be Tuesday November 15th between 9am and 2pm. We strongly recommend closing your homes main valve for the duration of that time. This will prevent any draw back from your house as well as keep turbid flush water out. Please feel free to call the office with any questions.