Storm Water Project begins on Courthouse lawn


July 16, 2020

-EW photo by Connie Boyer

The long-awaited storm water project to repair damage from water seepage into the Garfield County Extension office has begun with sod removal and excavation of the west side of the courthouse lawn.

POMEROY- The Garfield County Extension storm water project to repair the damage caused by water seepage into the building and according to Rod Norland, County Road Superintendent, got under way with sod removal and excavation along the side wall on July 6. The project was estimated to cost $25,000 and an additional $15,000-20,000 to install the storm drain.

It was reported at the August 26, 201...

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