Falls City receives grant funds for sewer upgrade project

(KLZA)-- The Falls City Council learned Monday night that the city will receive a $460 thousand grant to upgrade a forced sewer main as part of the Phase II Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation and Improvement project.

The work will include cast-in-place pipe lining, manhole rehabilitation, sewer main construction and various incidental works.

The total cost of the project is estimated at $1 million.

The City will use sales tax capital improvement funds within the City budget to help pay for the project.

City Administrator Anthony Nussbaum also informed the Council that City crews will be closing 14th Street between Stone Street and Harlan Street beginning Monday, April 8, and removing the bricks.

The bricks will be saved for later use. 14th Street from Harlan to Chase will be put back using cement.

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