The Spickard and Princeton city councils held meetings Tuesday evening, with the Spickard council abating sewer charges for two customers and the Princeton council swearing in a new member.
City Clerk Tiffany Crawford said the Spickard council agreed to abate sewer charges for Dorothy Welch and Riverside, Inc. Both customers had broken pipes recently. In addition, the council directed Ms. Crawford to schedule a fall cleanup with Veolia. Those