The Metropolitan Sewer District is in the process of implementing a 19-year $850 million plan to upgrade the county’s sewer systems and improve water quality. The MSD held an open house today to answer questions about the project. Inside the Watterson Expressway, there are combined sewers, where rainwater, wastewater and sewage mix. In the outer… Continue reading MSD Outlines Progress on Sewer Improvements at Public Meeting
The head of the Metropolitan Sewer District says more storms like the one that caused last year’s flash flood are likely in the city’s future, and he wants to prepare local infrastructure. Schardein says MSD is applying for federal grants to buy homes in flood-prone areas and replace them with green space.
The New Albany City Council is preparing to hold a final vote on a plan to increase sewer rates. The rate increase would be used to finance federally mandated infrastructure improvements to the sewer system.
A sewer rate increase could pass the New Albany City Council next month, but the proposal for raising rates is still being revised.
A proposed 70 percent sewer rate increase has been rejected by the New Albany City Council. But the council will consider another rate increase proposal next month.
A proposed 70 percent sewer rate increase for New Albany will go before the city council this week.
The New Albany Sewer Board is asking the city council to approve a 70 percent sewer rate increase. But the council isn’t ready to vote on the rate hike just yet.
The New Albany Sewer Board met Thursday to discuss a proposed 70 percent increase in sewer rates.
Metro Government’s options are limited when it comes to keeping neighborhoods dry.
Louisville’s Metro Sewer District Director Bud Schardein says residents can help prevent future flooding with their landscaping choices.