The Vandalia City Council has long been searching for a solution to the city’s inoperable raw water intake on the Kaskaskia River. On Monday night, it heard of a possible solution.
Yet, there is still some varying opinions on how to deal with the situation.
Gonzalez Companies projects that it will cost about $400,000 to get the intake working properly.
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