Wednesday, March 19, 2014 at 11:00 pm (Updated: March 19, 11:01 pm)
The City of Prestonville hopes to save the city and its residents years of sewer costs by paying the remainder of the money borrowed to upgrade the sewer as early as this year.
During the March 17 meeting, the mayor and commissioners discussed paying off the additional amount, currently about $98,000, as soon as possible.
“It will benefit everybody in Prestonville,” Mayor Billy Walker said. He went on to say he has been “pushing for this for a while.”
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