The Underwood City Commission made quick work of tying up a couple loose ends regarding a couple of sewer issues that surfaced this past year – one that became an issue back in 2014 during the flood water project work on Borchardt Ave., and the other this winter when the city was hit with several water main breaks.
It came in three waves, each one stronger than the last, leaving a swath about three miles wide and 20 miles long.
About 40 people turned out Monday night at city hall to discuss possible options the city of Underwood could pursue now that it’s a certainty that Underwood Warehouse Grocery will be closing its doors.
After much discussion and a few months to mull over the options, the Underwood School Board on Thursday voted unanimously to continue its eNursing contract with the addition of a mental health module for students for the 2019-20 school year.
The issue of charging commercial businesses a higher rate for water than residential users came to the forefront at Monday night’s regular Underwood City Commission meeting, and that was just one of the topics of conversation regarding water at the meeting.