Princeton approves testing project in sewer lines
PRINCETON — Princeton City Council gave the green light for the city to undergo smoke testing in various parts of the sanitary sewer system. The council met Monday at City Hall.
The testing, which was previously recommended in the city’s sanitary sewer improvement plan, will help determine conditions of problematic areas.
Princeton City Manager Jeff Clawson said the testing will be carried out in the 24-inch sewer that runs east and west, a little north of town, and feeds through Elm Lawn Cemetery and beyond. The proposed cost for Trenchless Solutions to test this sewer came in at 74 cents per linear foot. The total cost is estimated to be $9,842, not to exceed $10,000.
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