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BPW Discusses Solar Project

The Board of Public Works of Trenton Municipal Utilities held its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday evening at Trenton City Hall and discussed the proposed solar farm project at the industrial park in the north part of town.
MC Power is proposing to build the project, which would generate 3.2 megawatts of electricity and could be used by the utility to save approximately $45,000 per year in wheeling charges now

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BPW Meeting On Tuesday

The Board of Public Works, which oversees operations of Trenton Municipal Utilities, will meet in regular session at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include strategic planning scheduling, discussion on setting a date for a rate review, approval of participation in the solar project, discussion of server and Incode software options and reports from department heads, the comptroller and the director.

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BPW Meeting Is Tuesday

The Board of Public Works, which oversees operations of Trenton Municipal Utilities, will meet in regular session at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include strategic planning scheduling, approval of bids for lime sludge removal, poles, scrap metal and tree trimming, an update on the solar project and reports from department heads, the comptroller and utility director. An executive session to review the utility

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TMU Address Manhole Issues

The Board of Public Works of Trenton Municipal Utilities held its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday evening at Trenton City Hall and took action on an emergency item.
On Aug. 12, a large manhole for the sanitary sewer system collapsed near the intersection of 13th Court and Shanklin Avenue, close to the ConAgra plant. According to TMU Director Chad Davis, the collapse allowed storm sewer water and sanitary sewer water

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Board Of Public Works OKs Bids

The Board of Public Works of Trenton Municipal Utilities held its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday evening at Trenton City Hall and took action on only one item while hearing several reports.
The board approved three bids in the amount of $352,336.10 for north 69kV line pole replacement project. Approved was the only bid received for concrete poles from Stress Crete Group of Atchinson, KS in the amount of $99,380,

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Sanitary Sewer System Smoke Testing Planned

TMU has announced that beginning today smoke testing of the city’s sanitary sewer system will be done to assist the utility with analysis of the system.
TMU recently retained the services of TREKK Design Group, LLC to assist with the work, which will include detecting storm water inflow and infiltration (I/I) sources entering the sanitary sewer collection system. Excessive flow into the system may create an increased risk of overflows

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BPW Plans Special Meeting

The Board of Public Works, which oversees operations of Trenton Municipal Utilities, will hold a special meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday at city hall.
The meeting will be a strategic planning workshop, which is open to the public.

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Board Of Public Works To Meet

The Board of Public Works, which oversees operations of Trenton Municipal Utilities, will meet in regular session at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday at city hall.
Items on the announced agenda include department head reports, strategic planning scheduling, discussion concerning public access to the raw water reservoirs, consideration of bids for the pole replacement project, and reports by the comptroller and utility director. An executive session for real estate is scheduled

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BPW Discusses Electric Department Deficits

The Board of Public Works of Trenton Municipal Utilities held its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday evening at Trenton City Hall, discussing several items as well as approving two bids.
The board again held a lengthy discussion on purchased power costs as the electric department continues to lose money. Director Chad Davis continues to express optimism about the stability of electric costs from the Missouri Public Energy Pool. He noted

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