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Falls City Council agrees to cost share on utility line project
06/09/2022

(KLZA)-- The Falls City Council approved spending three thousand dollars toward the labor cost of relocating overhead power lines to underground on the southeast side of the Sacred Heart School when they met Monday evening.

The school is planning to make parking lot improvements.

A request was made to the City to bury the existing 3 phase power line at no charge to the school, to accommodate the new angled parking. The city estimated the cost to put the lines underground at nearly $22 thousand, with the labor cost estimate at $5,760.

The original request to waive the cost for the work was made to the Board of Public Works which voted unanimously to deny the request due to setting a precedent and would require putting the burden of recovering the costs on all of the rate payers.

 

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