Has your family and home been affected by the Hoosick Falls water contamination?
- The Saint-Gobain facility located in Hoosick Falls New York has been classified as a State Superfund Site following the discovery of toxic PFOA contamination in the Village of Hoosick Falls drinking water supply.
- Perfluorooctanoic acid (“PFOA”) is classified as a hazardous substance by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, and is used to make heat resistant and nonstick household and commercial products. Exposure to PFOA has been linked to several serious health issues, including, but not limited to an increased risk of thyroid disease, high blood pressure and cholesterol levels during pregnancy, as well as kidney and testicular cancer.
- As a result of the water contamination, several lenders have temporarily suspended writing new mortgages in Hoosick Falls, New York.
- Although it may be too early to know what impact the discovery will have on property values in Hoosick Falls, don't wait, contact Flint & Granich today to discuss your options.
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New York State Hoosick Water Hotline:
Alternate Water for Hoosick Falls Residents
FREE Bottled water is being provided to residents to use for drinking and cooking. Water in 2.5 and 1 gallon containers are available at Tops Market of Hoosick Falls. People picking up water will be required to sign in and provide proof that they live in the Town of Hoosick. If anyone is in need of additional water beyond what is provided, they will need to contact the Village clerk at 518-686-7072.
NYSDOH Health Study
New York State Department of Health staff will be available each week on Tuesday and Thursdays from 2:00pm to 8:00pm and on Saturdays from 10:00am to 2:00pm at the HAYC3 Armory at 80 Church St.
Albany Business Review -
Some lenders suspend new mortgages after Hoosick Falls water contamination . . . READ ARTICLE