Work for drainage gets under way

Work has begun on the plans for a drainage project for the northeast part of town.
Village engineer Dave Atchley reported to the village board Wednesday that the drainage committee has met, and he has started topographics for the 5.6-acre retention pond.  The pond will go on a 8.9-acre parcel that the village bought from Premier Cooperative earlier this year.

Read the full story in the April 20 issue of The County STar.


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isabel wrote on May 11, 2017 at 1:05 pm

This is very good news for the villagers that after so many request to the authorities at last they have started this project in the village. I have seen the this press release which was published in site  which is showing the blue print of the drainage project details along with the news information in it.

jiya wrote on August 22, 2017 at 6:08 am

Hope the workers cooperate very well in order to complete the work of the drainage so that the people can live comfortably in that area. The drainage project implemented in the village can be very helpful for the people and I appreciate the authorities for taking such an initiative. highball glass