Here we are in the dog days of summer and the plotting for the only paying board seat not available until January is well underway.
The North Hudson Sewerage Authority pays commissioners $5,000 a year for five years.
There's more than two applicants brewing so the heady days of going in unopposed are most likely over.
Whether inspired by the earlier appointment of Kurt Gardiner or the board being the focus of news, MSV can confirm there are at least several likely contenders who will consider vying for the position come next January.
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North Hudson Sewerage Authority. That's the word on the street.