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Replacing 1600 Feet of Water Line

Seminole City Council approved replacing and relocating 1600 feet of water line. This water line will replace an existing leaking line that currently runs in the middle of Milt Phillips. “We are extremely grateful to have City Council members that want to improve the City by upgrading the water systems. We see constant support from them in all water projects including a new sewer system and replacing water lines,” said Public Works Director Bryant Baker.

The City has placed the alleyway dumpsters on the side of the road so businesses in the area can continue to utilize the trash services. “We are aware that these projects cause inconveniences to surrounding companies and residents, but we also understand that the benefits outweigh the drawbacks. We do our best to make these projects run as smooth as possible by checking the weather, working quickly and efficiently, and communicating with the public as much as possible,” Baker said.

The City plans to continue to update water lines and keep making improvements as much as possible. “We are always ready to serve Seminole to the best of our ability. We love the community and love being a part of making The City better,” Baker said.


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