Hoosick Falls officials voted 'yes' Monday night on an agreement between the village and the companies blamed for contaminating the water supply.
At a special meeting, the Board of Trustees approved a limited agreement for Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics and Honeywell. That agreement reimburses the village more than $195,000 for water and sewer revenue lost since news of PFOA contamination broke three years ago.
The board has already approved a $330,000 reimbursement for engineering costs.
The State Department of Health was also at the meeting Monday night to give residents results on blood tests to see just how much PFOA was in their blood streams.