Paying for an estimated $8 million in sanitary sewer improvements slated to begin construction later this year may take a variety of sources, according to discussions held at the Jamestown Public Works Committee meeting Thursday.
By Keith Norman, The Jamestown Sun
, February 22, 2013
The sanitary sewer has not seen the same heavy infiltration of ground water as last year, according to Reed Schwartzkopf, Jamestown city engineer. That does not mean there isn’t a lot of activity going on.
Last year, during the high-water event, ground water infiltration raised the level of materials moving through the sewer to as high as 11 million gallons per day at times.
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