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Princeton Looks For Funding To Improve Sewer System

The Princeton City Council gave the go ahead to seek funding for improvements to its sewer system during a meeting on Thursday night at city hall.

City Clerk Keri Stamper said Mark Weckwerth of the Larkin Group visited with the council about estimated costs to upgrade the city lagoon to meet new Department of Natural Resources regulations. He said the upgrades are expected to cost around $358,000. The council voted

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