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Oct. 15, 2013Maryville, MO |  By: Thomack

City Council Meeting

The Maryville City Council meeting last night included discussion about authorizing over 13 million dollars in bonds.

The Waterworks and Sewerage System Revenue bonds, being sold publicly, will finance the construction of a new wastewater treatment plant east of town next to the current lagoon system. Maryville Mayor Jim Fall says the new plant was imposed as a requirement from the federal EPA.

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Fall says the revenue bonds will be generated through the sewage charge on utility bills with a slight increase in the water bill. Other discussion at the meeting included the potential Junior Golf Course at Mozingo Lake with a presentation by Dr. Bruce Twaddle.