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By Don Ogle 

Sidney council to consider moving ahead with JESWA


Looking to move forward on protecting areas affected by a large drainage area on Sidney’s east side, the Sidney City Council will consider tonight action to give the go ahead to the Joint East Sidney Watershed Authority (JESWA) for design engineers to complete designs.

Current project cost estimates are $1.2 million dollars. The city’s share, 80 percent, would be $960,000, with the rest of funding coming from the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality and the State Revolving Loan Fund.

Council previously approved a sales tax for storm water and approved the revenue going toward th...

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