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Lexington-Fayette County Make Progress on Sewers

Sewage Flowing Where it Shouldn't Camille Weber & Linda J. Johnson| Herald-Leader Staff

Sewage Flowing Where it Shouldn't Camille Weber & Linda J. Johnson| Herald-Leader Staff

The Fayette Alliance is dedicated to securing adequate infrastructure in Fayette County–this is a key component to promoting responsible and sustainable growth. To learn more about our work to improve our sanitary sewer and storm water systems, please view our position statements on the Proposed LFUCG Water Quality Management Fee & Program, FY 2009 & FY 2010 Sanitary Sewer User Fee Increase.

New sewer line begins working

Excerpt from www.Kentucky.com, posted October 6, 2009

By Andy Mead, amead@herald-leader.com

A new sewer line that started operating this week eventually will replace one that breaks frequently, Lexington officials announced Tuesday.

The North Elkhorn Force Main will carry sewage from east of the city to the Town Branch treatment plant west of downtown… Read the entire article at Kentucky.com

Read more articles written by the Herald-Leader about Lexington-Fayette County’s sewer infrastructure,

City makes progress on sewers

Sewer main leaks again

Troublesome sewer line repaired overnight

Sewer break reported in Lexington

Work continues to repair damaged Hamburg sewer main

Sewer main new Hamburg is repaired

No timetable for repair of leaking sewer in Lexington’s Hamburg area

Sewage flows into creek; repairs might not begin until Wednesday

Sewer line breaks near Hamburg area