Work on new treatment plant supposed to be done in 2010
By Mallory Bilger
Thursday, September 3, 2009 at 7:00 pm
MOUNT WASHINGTON — The city’s major sewage treatment plant expansion project is a continuing source of stress for Mount Washington city officials.
Although the city is under the Kentucky Division of Water sanctions to have the plant completed by 2010, the division is taking more time than expected to approve the final design plans for the $15 million project.
City officials were hoping to start construction this fall but are at the mercy of the KDW’s approval.
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