Elk Park Aldermen discusses water and sewer ordinance, park issues
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Utilities supervisor Otis Ward explained to the board that each resident's situation differs in respect to what is needed to make the services available to them, and explained a number of examples. Ward also explained that engineering is generally required before bores are drilled. The board asked Ward to look into the engineering costs for the town to potentially provide sewer service to residents where it is currently unavailable and report at the next meeting.
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