ARCHIVES: "Do you want the check or the plaque first?" asks Davis Minton, special assistant to the director of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, right. Then Mayor Steve Hutcheson, center, answered the "check." The exchange occurred during a ceremony at Houston City Hall. Looking on is City Administrator Larry Sutton. (File photo)

The City of Houston will open bids April 16 for several sewer project upgrades across the community.

The funding comes from stimulus funds remaining from a project that resulted in a new wastewater treatment plant near Brushy Creek. It was opened last year.

Planned are: An upgraded sewer lift station at Hamrick Avenue and replacement of a forced sewer line from Hamrick to near the school district, a new line from near Houston Walmart Supercenter to the town’s west lift station and work at the city’s new North Industrial Park.

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