Divided right down the middle
SPRING VALLEY — Spring Valley City Council members were evenly divided Monday about buying $300,000 worth of machinery for upcoming water and sewer projects with the mayor making the tie-breaking vote.
“This wasn’t just pulled out of the blue,” Mayor Cliff Banks told the aldermen. “Give the people a chance.”
At a recent combined Water and Sewer and Finance committees meeting, engineer Larry Good of Chamlin and Associates of Peru outlined the city’s long-term control plan for the sewer system. According to
Water and Sewer Committee Chairman Tom Nesti, Good said the city could either fix the problems as they arise or build new interceptor sewers.
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