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By John McCallum
Managing Editor 

Council approves city fuel upgrade

Power line maintenance contract, evaluation of solar array proposals at treatment plant also moving forward


Last updated 2/18/2021 at 11:41am

CHENEY — The City Council gave its blessings to an expansion of the Public Works fuel station, a renewing of the annual powerline clearance contract and reviewing proposals for a photovoltaic facility at the wastewater treatment plant at its first meeting in February last Tuesday.

The proposed fuel station upgrade will install a 70-inch diameter, 24-foot-6-inch, 4,000 gallon “split” tank capable of holding 2,000 gallons each of diesel and unleaded gasoline, Public Works Director Todd Ableman said. The city currently has a 2,000 gallon diesel tank at the wastewater treatment plant and...

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