Sewer expansion planned on city’s southeast side

Seymour is preparing to purchase easements and land in order to expand its sewer collection system on the southeast side.

The U.S. 50/Southeast Interceptor project is needed to add capacity so the city can grow without continuing to overburden existing sewer infrastructure, sewer utility director Randy Hamilton said.

Last week, Hamilton provided the Board of Public Works with an agreement with United Consulting to begin the land acquisition process for the project.

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