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Former superintendent of Bolton sewage plant pleads guilty

September 27, 2018 09:14 PM

The former superintendent of a sewage treatment plant in Bolton pleaded guilty today to filing false records.

Thomas French submitted false recordings of P-H and phosphate levels to the town and the State Department of Environmental Conservation and tampered with monitoring equipment.

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Police say he was trying to show the treatment plant was complying with state regulations when it wasn't.

He faces three years of probation.

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Aidan Bean

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