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Two Williams County Sewer Projects are Underway
Tuesday, January 19, 2021

BRYAN, OH - Williams County Commissioners have approved engineering agreements for the Kunkle and Alvordton sanitary sewer projects.

The Kunkle agreement, for $298,000, includes inspection services during construction. Commissioners also approved $3,500 to include a sewer crossing under the Norfolk Southern Railroad as part of the project.

The Alvordton agreement, for $243,000, includes the engineering design for the job.



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