Seymour council considers adding stormwater jobs

Seymour plans to hire a half-dozen new employees at its water pollution control facility this year to staff the new stormwater utility.

Officials also want to use some of the money being generated in stormwater fees to increase the salaries of some current sewer plant positions.

Randy Hamilton, utility director, asked the city council on Monday for permission to reorganize the sewer department and add a foreman, three operators, and a construction lead to handle stormwater issues and oversee related projects.

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