Willard planning for upgrades to plant

Willard officials are considering hiring a Columbus firm for work related to a water pollution control plant improvements project.
Aaron Krause
Sep 21, 2012

Willard officials are considering hiring a Columbus firm for work related to a water pollution control plant improvements project.

City manager Brian Humphress said the plant is more than 20 years old, and its equipment is beginning to fail and fall apart. Its remaining useful life ranges from one to three years, he said.

A story about this subject as well as other Willard matters was published in Friday's Reflector.

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Comments

arnmcrmn

Wonder how old some of our roads are that haven't been touched in years. Fix everything but our roads....that's the philosophy of our city manager.

Windy

When it takes a crane to pluck the cars out of the potholes, they'll start fixing the roads. LOL

propman

They wouldn't pull the cars out. They'll just patch over them.

arnmcrmn

might be on to something here........lol