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Engineers propose $9.4 million water treatment facility for Morris

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MORRIS – An engineering firm is recommending that the city of Morris build a $9.4 million water treatment plant to improve aging infrastructure and help the city of Morris meet nationally mandated levels for water quality.

Kris Swanson, an engineer with Bolton and Menk, presented the findings of a year-long look at the city’s water and wastewater systems to the Morris City Council on Tuesday.

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Kim Ukura is the editor of the Morris Sun Tribune. 

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