City leaders opt to replace pump, eye sewer camera

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New truck will serve several departments

By Kevin Koelling, Managing Editor

CANNELTON - Three pumps are required in Cannelton's sewer-department building, but one is out of service, Mayor Smokey Graves noted at April 13 meetings of the city's board of public works and safety and common council.

One of the original pumps installed in 1987 quit three years ago, according to Sanitation Supervisor Jerry Ball. "A Bernardin and Lochmueller engineer said not to replace it because we were going to put a bigger one in," he said. "A new engineer says we have to replace it."

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