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Pawnee City Council receives updates on repairs

(KLZA)-- Pawnee City Council members heard updates on  repairs when they met October 12.  

City Foreman Spencer Cumley reported that a blower had gone down at the sewer plant.  He has ordered a replacement from Germany, but it will not ship until November 12.  The cost for the blower, filters oil and belts will cost in the neighborhood of $5,500.  

Cumley also reported that water well #2 is back in service and that Sargent Drilling has completed the project to replace the well liner with PVC casing instead of steel.  He noted the motor and all of the internals of the well have been totally rebuilt. 

City Clerk Tammy Curtis updated Council members on additional USDA Grant Funding towards the purchase of a well generator.  The USDA approved the extra costs which will provide the City with an additional $39,300 in Grant Funds.  The well generator has been ordered but it will likely be six months before it  arrives.  The City will be responsible for another $32-thousand  of the total cost.

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