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(COLUMBIA, MO) ~ Columbia Sewer Utility Holds Public Meeting to Discuss Proposed Sewer Improvement Project

The City of Columbia Sewer Utility has announced a public information meeting to discuss a proposed sewer improvement project near the intersection of West Broadway and Aldeah Avenue. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, July 18, 2024, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in Conference Room 1C at City Hall.

According to the Utility, the proposed project aims to replace the privately maintained sewer system for property owners near the intersection. If approved, a new public sanitary sewer will be constructed to serve these customers.

This project is part of the Utility's Private Common Collector Elimination (PCCE) project, which began in 2008. Private common collectors have been identified as major sources of inflow and infiltration of stormwater into the sanitary sewer system. By replacing these outdated private sewers and connecting properties into the publicly maintained sewer, the City hopes to reduce backups and overflows.

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During the meeting, stakeholders will have the opportunity to review preliminary concepts, ask questions, make comments, and complete a public comment form. The Utility also welcomes questions and comments online at BeHeard.CoMo.gov until August 1st.

For any inquiries regarding this meeting, Maggie Jones, P.E., can be reached at 573.441.5585 or via email at [insert email address]. The public is encouraged to attend any open meetings related to this project. For accommodations related to disability, individuals can call 573.874.CITY (573.874.2489) or email [insert email address]. To ensure appropriate arrangements can be made in advance, please make accommodation requests as early as possible before the posted meeting date.

The City of Columbia Sewer Utility is committed to improving its infrastructure and providing efficient services for its residents. This proposed sewer improvement project is just one step towards achieving that goal.

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