Sewer Expansion Project Meeting Set

POMEROY, Ohio – There will be a public meeting on the 833 sewer expansion project on March 4, 2020 at 7 p.m. in the Farmers Bank meeting room. The building is located at 640 East Main Street in Pomeroy.

Funding for the project is coming from the USDA and Ohio’s H2Ohio. In a press release Whalen the project was announced the EPA stated, “ “As far back as 2013, unsanitary conditions from failing home sewage treatment systems along the State Route 833 corridor have been noted by the Village of Pomeroy, the Meigs County Health Department and Ohio EPA. Since that time, the village has developed a project which would provide sanitary sewer service to State Route 833 and the tributary roads. The project would begin on the eastern portion of Pomeroy and extend north along S.R. 833 into the unincorporated portions of Meigs County.”

Representatives from the Meigs County Health Department, USDA, and engineer Mitch Altier will be available during the meeting to answer questions about the project.

The total cost of sewer expansion is $3.7 million, of which Pomeroy Village has secured funding for the entire project.

For more information on the project, click the link below.