Holts Summit voters to decide $7 million sewer bond proposal

Holts Summit voters go to the polls April 5 on a proposed $7 million sewer bond issue to improve the city’s sewer system.

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City Administrator Brian Crane said the $7 million ballot proposal will build a new wastewater treatment plant capable of handling 600,000 gallons of wastewater a day.

It also would add sewer service to five new areas and eliminate the Choctaw Lagoon now in use. The plan also would permit automation of numerous lift stations.


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