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January 11, 2013

WP water, waste water projects moving forward


Why the current Willow Park Village pump station was approved at the time, Breisch said he didn’t know but it was installed during a previous administration when much of city business was conducted on a handshake.

Council member Bernard Suchoski, who exchanged heated words with Breisch during the meeting Jan. 3, said Tuesday night he would like to have a third-party engineer to look at the project documents provided by Wasteline Engineering.

Council members Amy Podany and Dan Stalling also voiced concerns Tuesday night that they felt needed to be addressed prior to putting the project out to bid.

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