Mni Wasté waterline project

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Truckloads of 30 inch pipe sit at the Coop parking lot, waiting to be delivered to their destination, the 12-mile Mni Wasté waterline project.  Trucks have been bringing the pipes in for the last couple of weeks as Mni Waste/Tri-County Water get ready to break ground on Phase 1 of the new waterline on April 24, 2014. Phase 1 of the project will pump raw water 10.1 miles from Lake Oahe to a new water treatment center. Phase 2 of the project will include the construction of the treatment center and a portion of treated water line running from the treatment center.  Phase 3 will be the construction of 25 miles of 24-inch treated water pipeline that will run 12.25 miles northwest to Highway 212 and 12.1 miles west to Eagle Butte. Completion of the project is expected by late 2015, early 2016


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Most recent Eagle Butte Special City Council Meeting held on April 23, 2014. Recording is of the entire open session excluding executive session. Action taken was to restate and re-approve three motions made at the April 9, 2014 session. Approved to move ahead with main street water main replacement project and to open it up to bids. Most recent regular Eagle Butte City Council Meeting on April 9, 2014. Recording records entire meeting excluding a one-hour executive session. Top action taken: approved Tuesday's Ward II election results; rescinded February council action reducing Mayor salary, putting it back to what it was prior to action; appointed Verzella LaPlante Mayor; appointed Tyson LaPlante to fill Ward II seat. Most recent Dupree City Council meeting held on Monday, April 7, 2014. Most recent regular Dupree City Council Meeting held on March 3, 2014. Recording starts shortly after meeting was called to order and runs entire length of meeting. Main discussion points included city streets and the upcoming April election.


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