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Thursday, October 22, 2020
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9 utilities split $13.6 million in grants, loans for upgrades

Funds will help expand services, improve service.

Utilities remind customers things not to flush

Many items can cause problems. Consumers should be mindful with increased issues at home.

Sewer work to cause traffic changes

Traffic disruptions along busy streets in the University of Kentucky area starting next week.

Sewer work near UK campus and Euclid corridor will impact traffic

Lexington is beginning work on replacing two miles of sanitary sewer line between Oliver Lewis Way and Tates Creek Road.

Lexington to begin repairing two miles of sewer lines

The City of Lexington says it will begin a two-year project to replace and repair two miles of sewer lines.

Lexington has to pay thousands of dollars in sewer overflow fines

Lexington has to pay almost $60,000 in state and federal sewer fines for overflows in 2017.

Entrance to Distillery District to close for sewer work in November

The Division of Water Quality says the entrance to Lexington's popular Distillery District will be closed beginning November 11th for construction.

PSC approves transfer of eight small sewer systems

The Kentucky Public Service Commission approved the sale of eight small sewer systems to a Missouri-based company.

Scott County water access closed

According to the Scott County Emergency Management Agency, Elkhorn Creek Water Access will be closed at Oser Landing, Great Crossing, and Cardone until tomorrow evening at the earliest. 

Manhole spewing sewage won’t be fixed till 2021

Rain, like tonight's, is a concern to people living along Stephen Foster Drive in Lexington. Neighbors like Anna Taylor say a manhole behind her house spews sewage every time Lexington gets a big rain.

Community rallies around Lexington Rescue Mission

The community wasn’t going to let a broken sewer pipe intrude on the holiday season at the Lexington Rescue Mission.

What’s going on with the sewer project in Veteran’s Park?

For the last nine months, a portion of Veteran's Park has been a construction zone while the city installs a new sewer pipeline. But over the past few weeks the work has stopped. Why? We went to find out.

Sewer service in limbo for some Harrison Co. residents

The Kentucky Public Service Commission has authorized the abandonment of a municipal sewer system that serves several dozen homes in Harrison County.

Sewage backs up into couple’s home

A Lexington couple is angry after sewage backed up into their homes while city sewer trucks were cleaning a sewer line.

UPDATE: Rain Causes Another Sewer Overflow In South Lexington

The city said rain overnight led to another sanitary sewer overflow in South Lexington. Crews were already working to fix a sewer line break that was reported last Sunday near Man O' War Boulevard and Rapid Run Drive.

Smelly Sewage Problems Near Some Lexington Apartments

Imagine a sewage leak just outside your apartment complex; it’s a mess city workers said they’ve been cleaning up since Sunday when a sewage pipe broke along Man O’ War near Rapid Run Drive.

Road Work to Close Part of Winchester Road

Part of Winchester Road will be shut down temporarily Monday as road crews begin work on sewer manholes.

Sewer Changes Announced In Powell County

Governor Steve Beshear and other state officials have announced a comprehensive upgrade to the wastewater treatment plants in the cities of Stanton and Clay City in Powell County.

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