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Pictured is Les Day, facility manager at the Rushville Wastewater Treatment facility. An EPA unfunded mandate is requiring communities across the country to make major improvements to systems which overflow into rivers during heavy rain events. Day overviewed each step in the wastewater treatment process at the plant and noted improvements that would be made to the system under the new plan. The Rushville City Council approved increased water and sewer rates which will go to a final vote Sept. 3 to meet the federal mandate.

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