Council approves in-house waste water testing

In a move to get more accurate readings and to save the town money down the road, the Flomaton Town Council voted Monday afternoon to borrow $27,500 from its line of credit to begin doing environmental testing in-house at the sewer lagoon on Martin Luther King Drive that will eventually save the town money and give it more accurate readings.

Jeremy McMath, with Civil Southeast Engineering, said during the telephone conference meeting, that he had two items to bring to the council with only one needing action – bringing waste water treatment in-house.

The town is currently paying an outside sou...

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