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Morganfield City Council discuss water treatment and raw waterline projects

Morganfield City Council discuss water treatment and raw waterline projects

Bill Stephens

December 18th, 2015

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Morganfield City Council discussed the Water Treatment Plant Aerator Replacement project, and the Raw Waterline Project during Thursday’s night regular meeting held at City Hall.

City Administrator Gary Vetter tells WMSK News councilmen unanimously voted to move forward to seek bids for the Water Treatment Plant Aerator Replacement project, and they will review recommendations by a committee regarding the 4.5 to 5-million dollar Raw Waterline Project.

Councilmen also received an update from Frank Iter regarding the design and specifications on the proposed police department’s renovation project and unanimously decided to seek bids for the project.

Wastewater Superintendent Clyde Vos brought to the council’s attention that the City of Morganfield had recently received a letter of non-compliance.

He says that is occurring mainly in the old Camp Breckinridge area.

In other business…Vetter says council unanimously approved a recommendation by Morganfield Police Chief Craig Bolds to promote Officer Chad Vos to Detective; and, unanimously approved for Morganfield Fire Department’s Acting Fire Chief John Walker to move forward purchasing some specific equipment with a Homeland Security Grant.

The next regularly scheduled Morganfield City Council meeting will be held Thursday afternoon, January 28th at 5:00 at City Hall.

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