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March 28, 2012MARYVILLE, MO |  By: Coffey

Maryville Sewer Bond Issue

A presentation on the city of Maryville's 13 .75 million dollar combined waterworks and sewage system revenue bond issue was given last night during a public forum at the Nodaway County Courthouse.

The bond proposal would fund construction of a new mechanical sewer plant which would allow the city of Maryville to meet new regulations for ammonia removal and disinfection. Maryville Public Works director, C.E. Goodall, says the bond proposal will affect Maryville residents combined water and sewer bill.

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Goodall says the proposed project at the wastewater treatment facility would also increase the total capacity by 300,000 gallons per day for future economic development purposes. Maryville voters will go to the polls Tuesday to decide the issue. Candidates for the Maryville City Council and the Maryville School Board also spoke at the forum sponsored by the Maryville Citizens for Community Action and the Maryville Chamber of Commerce. KXCV/KRNW will have more on those races in the days leading up to Tuesday's election.