NORFOLK, Neb. (US92/KTIV) - The Norfolk City Council will be discussing the sewer system in its Woodland Park neighborhood, Jan. 6.
The Council informed the Sanitary Sewer District for that area back in April, that they would have to disconnect from the city's sewer system because of a dispute over how much the district owed the city for the service.
The dispute stems from a faulty meter reading back in 2008, that the city said, resulted in the District being under-billed $202,000.
The SID offered as much as $90,000.
In September, the City was informed that the District has made initial steps to start its own sewer system by 2016. The council will get the latest update on how those plans have progressed.
The Council meeting was Jan. 6 at 5:30 p.m. in Norfolk.
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