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Repairs needed at Hiawatha sewer plant

(KNZA)--The Hiawatha City Commission has approved an agreement with a Kansas City, Missouri engineering firm to determine needed repairs at the city’s sewer treatment plant.

The Commission Monday evening approved an agreement with Olsson Associates to troubleshoot the current operational issues with the existing control system at the plant and develop an estimated repair cost.

The firm will provide the service for a fee of $4,900.

The repairs will provide a short term fix as new controls will have to be installed in a couple years to meet Kansas Department of Health and Environment regulations.

In other action, the Commission accepted the lone bid submitted by Jadwin Construction, of Hiawatha, for a sewer line replacement project from 2nd to 3rd Street between Cheyenne and Pawnee Streets.

The bid was for $28,160.  


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