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Heavy equipment is pictured in July near the city of Willmar's new wastewater treatment plant. Willmar Municipal Utilities has invested more then $2.6 million into the $86.2 million plant. "This has been something that we've been working on constantly since the fall of 2006 with different projects," a key utility official said of the plant. Tribune photo

Willmar Municipal Utilities invests $2.6M in new wastewater treatment plant project


WILLMAR -- The Willmar Municipal Utilities had a net investment of $2.6 million in the city's new $86.2 million wastewater treatment project. A report on the utility's investment was reported to the Municipal Utilities Commission on Monday.

General Manager Bruce Gomm said the utility has contributed a significant amount of work toward the project.

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David Little
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