Tuesday, June 7, 2011 at 1:37 pm (Updated: June 8, 3:19 am)
Vine Grove has the opportunity to accept a grant of nearly $6,200 from the Natural Resources Conservation Service to repair emergency problems resulting from the erosion that April storms caused to Rose Creek.
Mayor Blake Proffitt said the erosion exposed some service lines and parts of manholes. Problem areas need to be covered in ductile iron to prevent sewer lines from busting.
To qualify for the grant, the city must supply about $1,800. That entire amount must be spent in 10 days because it is meant to fix the emergency problems.
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