Sewer Systems http://tristatesradio.com en Wapello County Tries to Leave RUSS http://tristatesradio.com/post/wapello-county-tries-leave-russ <p>It could cost Lee County more money if another county is allowed to leave a regional organization.</p><p> Fri, 21 Dec 2012 16:32:53 +0000 Jason Parrott 26191 at http://tristatesradio.com Wapello County Tries to Leave RUSS Lee County Approves Sewer Fee http://tristatesradio.com/post/lee-county-approves-sewer-fee <p>Some Lee County residents could soon pay more for sewer services.</p><p>The Board of Supervisors has signed off on a new monthly fee for households or businesses connected to Argyle&rsquo;s sanitary sewer system.</p><p>The supervisors acted in their capacity as trustees for the unincorporated community&rsquo;s sewer district.</p><p>The new flat fee has been set at just under $56/month.&nbsp; It is expected to take effect within the next few weeks.</p> Thu, 28 Jun 2012 16:37:20 +0000 Jason Parrott 17474 at http://tristatesradio.com Lee County Approves Sewer Fee Meetings To Determine Sewer Future http://tristatesradio.com/post/meetings-determine-sewer-future <p>Croton and Mooar/Powdertown are a couple of Lee County&rsquo;s small unincorporated communities.&nbsp; Mooar/Powdertown is located just north of Keokuk, along Highway 61 while Croton sits just a few miles south of Farmington near the Avenue of the Saints.</p><p>Neither community has a sanitary sewer system, which prompted them to start working with Mount Pleasant-based <a href="http://russonline.org/">RUSS</a> (Regional Utility Service Systems) in 2010.</p> Mon, 02 Apr 2012 19:17:47 +0000 Jason Parrott 12864 at http://tristatesradio.com Meetings To Determine Sewer Future