This is part of a multi-year long term plan to update the water and wastewater plant facilities that is required.
City Manager Allen Dinkel pointed back to 2014 when this program began. “Looking at the financial stuff you had hardly no cash balance in water or wastewater, zero. This has started rebuilding that. Because we’ve had the water rate increase and the sewer increases we now can do some projects.”
The city commission was in session Tuesday night.