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Heavy equipment is pictured Wednesday along 28th Avenue Southwest in Willmar. The city of Willmar has approved a settlement of $87,500 to Wallace Janssen for acquiring a permanent easement and a temporary construction easement on 5 to 6 acres of Janssen's land along 28th Avenue Southwest and east of the intersection with 15th Street Southwest. The land will be used as part of the new wastewater treatment plant's interceptor sewer line. Tribune photo by Ron Adams

Council OKs settlement in sewer line land dispute

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WILLMAR -- The Willmar City Council has approved a settlement to use a landowner's property for the new wastewater treatment plant's interceptor sewer line.

Under the settlement, the city agrees to pay $87,500 to Wallace Janssen of Willmar for acquiring a permanent easement and a temporary construction easement on 5 to 6 acres of Janssen's land along 28th Avenue Southwest and east of the intersection with 15th Street Southwest.

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David Little
David Little covers the Willmar City Council, Willmar Municipal Utilities and other city news.
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