Growth is the name of the game as far as the Princeton City Council is concerned with a large portion of its July 25 meeting dedicated to projects involving this topic.
Council approved the allocation of funds to design a gravity wastewater line south of Hazelwood/CR 546 to serve the eastern side of the city.
This project, in part, according to City Manager Derek Borg, will help the 300 acres east of Princeton Lakes to have a shorter distance to travel for their wastewater needs, thus lessening the costs associated for potential housing developments that would build there.
By Wyndi Veigel • News Editor • [email protected]
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