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Sewage plant will require $62 million loan

Consultants say odors will be minimized
A team of consultants on Tuesday presented designs for the sewage-treatment plant next to Santa Rita Park to the Durango City Council. Some buildings will be rebuilt or remodeled. The city hopes to start construction in 2017, and work is expected to take two years.
Consultants presented this site plan for the sewage-treatment plant adjacent to Santa Rita Park to the Durango City Council on Tuesday. Plant designs will be finalized in fall and construction is set to start in May. Landscape architect Billy Gregg with  StudioCPG says he paid particular attention to the areas along the Animas River Trail to create a better interface.
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An open house on the wastewater-treatment plant designs will be held from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Durango Public Library at 1900 East Third Avenue.

Sewage plant will require $62 million loan

A team of consultants on Tuesday presented designs for the sewage-treatment plant next to Santa Rita Park to the Durango City Council. Some buildings will be rebuilt or remodeled. The city hopes to start construction in 2017, and work is expected to take two years.
Consultants presented this site plan for the sewage-treatment plant adjacent to Santa Rita Park to the Durango City Council on Tuesday. Plant designs will be finalized in fall and construction is set to start in May. Landscape architect Billy Gregg with  StudioCPG says he paid particular attention to the areas along the Animas River Trail to create a better interface.
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