New $43M sewer main needed to help protect Muskegon Lake watershed from ‘high risk’ break

An aging sewer main that crosses the Muskegon River poses a “high environmental risk” and needs to be replaced at an estimated cost of $43 million. The county public works board agreed to apply for a state loan to pay for replacement of the approximately 6 miles of metal pipe that is at risk of breaking and does not meet capacity needs. Read the full story by MLive.

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