RUSS

Vote Slated For Later Date
11:36 pm
Wed April 4, 2012

Mooar/Powdertown Sewer Proceeding

RUSS Executive Director Bruce Hudson addresses residents of Mooar/Powdertown Tuesday night

Residents of Mooar/Powdertown agreed to work with Regional Utility Service Systems (RUSS) several years ago. 

RUSS helps rural communities in ten southeast Iowa counties secure state and/or federal funding for sanitary sewer systems.

The sewer project was put on hold, last year, during the engineering phase because of personnel and funding issues with RUSS.

The Lee County Board of Supervisors wanted to see if residents of Mooar/Powdertown were still interested in working with RUSS, so it held a public meeting Tuesday night.

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Croton & Mooar/Powdertown Involved
2:17 pm
Mon April 2, 2012

Meetings To Determine Sewer Future

Mount Union, IA's much-talked about sewer system

Croton and Mooar/Powdertown are a couple of Lee County’s small unincorporated communities.  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.

Neither community has a sanitary sewer system, which prompted them to start working with Mount Pleasant-based RUSS (Regional Utility Service Systems) in 2010.

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