J.D. CharlesFor The Logan Banner
January 11, 2013
A proposed project to extend water and sewage services to another part of Logan is making further moves forward in the city of Logan.
On Tuesday, the Logan City Council held the first reading on a proposal to receive funding for an upcoming sanitation board project by Todd Swinson of Steptoe and Johnson.
Swinson said the readings were a state requirement in order to open up the funding for the project, which will extend services to over 20 customers in the Stollings area. The project will make it possible for two businesses in Stollings to take out their septic treatment packages and hook up to city sewage.
Mayor Serafino Nolletti said a second reading would be held next month for the project. Swinson noted that the readings will authorize $600,000 and a supplement for the construction. The city has also received a grant for $40,000 to work on a drainage project on Upper High Street.
In other City of Logan news:
Valet explained that the city had already paid its premiums to Brickstreet for Worker’s Compensation a few days earlier. Valet noted that the payment was marked due on Dec. 23,”but the envelope it arrived in was dated Jan. 6.” Valet had more good news for the city- only two payments are left on a 5 year loan the city took out.