The Binghamton-Johnson City Joint Sewage Board was established by the municipal cooperation agreement between the City of Binghamton and the Village of Johnson City dated July 14, 1965 for the operation of a joint wastewater treatment facility. The Joint Sewage Board consists of six members, three appointed by the Mayor of the City of Binghamton and three appointed by the Mayor of the Village of Johnson City. The Joint Sewage Treatment Plant (JSTP) is owned by the City of Binghamton and the Village of Johnson City.
The Joint Sewage Treatment Board has the administrative responsibility for implementing, effectuating and enforcing, on behalf of the City and Village, all requirements necessary to ensure compliance with Chapter 336, with the terms and conditions of the State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES) permit issued for the sewage treatment plant and with the Industrial Pretreatment Program developed and approved by the sewage treatment plant.
In accordance with the Inter-municipal Agreements, which established the Binghamton-Johnson City Joint Sewage Treatment Plant and Joint Sewage Board, each Mayor is authorized to appoint three representatives to the Joint Sewage Board.
|Ray Standish, P.E.||1/28/2016||03/01/2018||Mayor of the City of Binghamton|
|Mayor of the City of Binghamton|
|Edward Crumb||2/4/2013||03/01/2020||Mayor of the City of Binghamton|
|Stephen Andrew||1/1/2011||12/31/2014||Mayor of the Village of Johnson City|
|George Kolba, Jr.||1/7/2011||12/31/2013||Mayor of the Village of Johnson City|
|Ron C. Davis||1/1/2013||12/31/2015||Mayor of the Village of Johnson City|