Where there’s smoke — there are required sewer connection repairs.

All to keep stormwater from running into the city’s sewer lines during heavy rains and being treated at the wastewater treatment plant on Sciota Street.

Ten Corry property owners in the Second and Third Wards soon will be receiving letters from the city informing them that their properties are improperly connected to the city’s sewer system. The properties are on East South, West South, Worth, Johnson, White and Wayne streets; East and West Columbus avenues; and Mead Avenue.

See the Journal's Tuesday, July 7th edition for full story

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