SV to pay for easement
SPRING VALLEY — Spring Valley will end up spending $50,000 for a permanent easement agreement with Hawkeye Land Co. in order to build an access road to the west sewer interceptor, located just west of the Route 89 bridge.
After the city council authorized this easement at its last meeting, Superintendent of Public Works John Schultz was able to locate documentation of land agreements the city had for various sites where sewers crossed under the railroad tracks. The located documentation, however, did not include an agreement for the west sewer interceptor location.
“We went from looking like we had an easement on one of five crossings, to having either an easement or license on four of five crossings,” explained city attorney James Andreoni at Monday’s council meeting.
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