Council to seek $10M principal loan increase for treatment facility

The Green River City Council decided a larger loan is needed to pay for the long-desired wastewater treatment facility.

In a 6-1 vote, the Council agreed to seek a $10 million increase in the principal amount of the city's Clean Water State Revolving Fund loan, creating a new $45.1 million loan. Councilman Ron Williams was the lone dissenting vote.

The Council voted after hearing Public Works Director Mark Westenskow detail the history of the project and the need for a higher loan amount. The city has encountered a number of setbacks while attempting to start construction on the treatment plan...


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