SOUTH WHITLEY â€” Permits have been approved and work orders have been signed that will finally correct mechanical concerns at South Whitleyâ€™s Wastewater Treatment Plant.
The corrected components come as the plantâ€™s one-year warranty is coming to an end.
At Tuesdayâ€™s Town Council meeting leaders approved two work orders â€” one for correcting hydraulics and the second for programming upgrades.
â€śWe did get the an OK from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, and we got our permits for the work,â€ť said David Harvey a representative with Fleis & Vandenbrink Engineering, Inc.
Council members authorized Harvey to partner with contractors to see that work is completed.
The total cost of the repairs is $18,365 on top of $3 million paid for the overall project.
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