Sewer access seen as critical for Pendleton business development
By Jonna Spelbring Priester
Wednesday, March 6, 2013 at 1:44 am (Updated: March 6, 2:26 am)
A plan is in the works to bring sewer access to Pendleton.
The plan is in its infancy, and depending on funding sources may be years away from becoming more than a dream.
The plan would bring sewer access to Pendleton’s businesses from La Grange. District 1 Magistrate Roger Hartlage and others, including Harold Bratton, hatched the idea at a Cracker Barrel.
The idea is simple: an 8-inch gravity feed line to a pump station in Pendleton, then a 4-inch forced main to La Grange.
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