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Sewer project moves forward

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By Jamie Baker-Nantz

Williamstown is moving forward with plans to construct a $15 million sewer plant on Ky. 36.

The decision to build the new plant means sewer customers will be paying higher rates as early as next summer.

Council members unanimously approved the project and accepted a bid of $11.9 million from 3D Enterprises Contracting of Lexington for construction of the new facility and a bid of almost $1.7 million to Merryman Excavation for building a three and one-half mile interceptor line from the old sewer plant to the new one.


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