Leaky lagoon issues loom
The sewer lagoon issues brought to light by a notice of violation over a year ago have not gone away.
At the same time, a solution to Brady’s leaky lagoon has not been determined either.
Reed Miller of Miller & Associates of Kearney told village board members on Jan. 12 that his engineering group is working on the study to determine exactly what is needed to fix the problem.
Miller acknowledged the village has missed state-determined deadlines for a solution but he said no fines will be levied because of it.
“The Department of Environmental Quality wanted it fixed already,” Miller said. “Their original completion date is long past. We’re working with the state on the time table.”
Malfunctioning sewer equipment has prevented accurate flow readings in the study process, he said.
Repairs have now been made so the study can resume. Miller expects
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