City Holds Open House For Sewer Proposal

The City of Greenville hosted an open house Wednesday afternoon to answer residents’ questions regarding the project that would provide sanitary sewer service to all residents and businesses that are not served now within the city limits, and some located just outside the city.

 “We’ve had a lot of people come and look at the proposed sewer lines – some have had an interest in connecting, some have not,” City Manager Dave Willey told WGEL during the open house. “At the end of the day we will tally up the number of people interested in each section – there are about 13 different sections – and that will determine whether or not we go ahead and propose to build the lines.”

Greenville Mayor Alan Gaffner told WGEL that the city is looking at low interest loan options to fund the project.

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