Who’s got the better plan?
SPRING VALLEY — Spring Valley aldermen heard two distinctly different options for fixing the city’s water problems at Tuesday’s joint Water and Sewer/Finance Committee meeting.
The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency has required the city to make improvements to its wastewater treatment plant and fixing or replacing the east and west sewer interceptors to deal with overflow issues.
Larry Good, engineer with Chamlin and Associates, offered the aldermen two different options, with one costing as much as $3.3 million. The work would last until 2019.
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