NEW YORK (WCBS 880) — New York City water is getting new attention in Westchester.

The Westchester County Board of Legislators have approved five separate bills that will each extend an inter-municipal agreement between the county and one of the towns that are part of the agreement to protect New York City water.

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“New York City has put money on the table to protect their drinking water. The east of Hudson communities received $38 million,” said county legislator Mike Kaplowitz. “This is an opportunity in partnership with the county and the local towns to come up with environmentally sensitive and appropriate projects.”

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The communities are mostly along the Croton and Kensico reservoirs. Kaplowitz called it “a good day for water molecules.”

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The bill extends the agreement until July 11, 2016.