Louisville to Spend Millions on Water, Sewer Upgrades

LOUISVILLE (News Talk 1480 WHBC) – Louisville officials will be spending big money soon to update the city’s water and sewer plants.

City officials say the components that need replaced are decades old. Loans from the Ohio Public Works Commission and the Water Pollution Control Fund will help pay for the repairs.

They’re anticipating the changes will cost near $10 million in total. Over $2 million has already gone toward the phase one of the overhaul of the sewage plant located in the 2300 block of Ravenna Ave.

Its expected that over $5 million will be needed to complete the second phase. Meanwhile, a $2.4 million bid has already been approved to perform work on the water treatment plant.

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