Mayor seeks final approval by this summer for $16.5 million bond issue



Officials took an initial step in funding a sewer project that will promote residential and business growth on the east side of Seymour.

The city council approved a resolution Monday declaring its intent to use up to $16.5 million in municipal bonds to pay for improvements to the sanitary sewer collection system and other related expenses.

Mayor Craig Luedeman said the council has not given final approval yet on the financing plan, but he hopes that will come this summer.

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