Getting in compliance
City enters into engineering-services agreement with Veenstra and Kim for sanitary sewers
The city of Osceola has a problem with sanitary sewers, and it needs to get fixed.
During Tuesday night's Osceola City Council meeting, the council entered into a engineering-services agreement with Veenstra and Kimm for the old plant pumping station and force main sewer project that will take place on the south and west sides of the city.
"This is one of the projects that's in our facility plan that we completed for the city back in 2010, and it's also part of the consent-order agreement that the city signed back in 2010 with the DNR, as well," said Anthony J. Bellizzi with Veenstra and Kimm during the city-council meeting. "So, it's one of the requirements in our plan of action that needs to be completed to address the I and I (inflow and infiltration) issues and the sanitary-sewer overflows that the city has in the system."
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