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City Approves First Water Plant Contract

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City Approves First Water Plant Contract

The Yankton City Commission this week approved the first contract connected to the design and construction of a new water treatment plant.

Kyle Goodmanson, Director of Environmental Services, explained the contract with HDR of Omaha…

Goodmanson says part of the contract will look at three potential locations for the new treatment plant…

Goodmanson also detailed the cost of the contract…

Total cost of the water treatment plant could be close to thirty million dollars. The first water rate increases needed to fund those projects will be added to November water bills.

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