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Treatment agreement between city, rural sewer board nearly at hand

December 13, 2013

Decatur Mayor John Schultz, right, told members of the Adams County Regional Sewer District board on Thursday that a maintenance agreement between the city and the district is nearly complete. Photo by J Swygart

    An official agreement between the city of Decatur and the Adams County Regional Sewer District setting the cost and terms of treatment of sewage collected by the fledgling rural sewer district will have to wait a little longer.
    Negotiations between the city and regional sewer officials have been ongoing for months as the two parties attempt to reach a contract outlining collection, treatment, billing and maintenance services to be provided by the city of Decatur to some 265 rural customers of the regional sewer district in the outlying areas of Monmouth and Roe Acres, Bobo, Pleasant Mills and Arcadia Village.
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