LINDON -- Lindon officials have approved a $3 million bond over 20 years to repair the city's sewer line.
The Daily Herald reported Friday that the bond will be issued at 2.5 percent interest. City officials say repairing the 35-year-old sewer line will prevent leaks and overflows from old pipes.
The bond was approved Tuesday at Lindon's City Council meeting.
Officials say repairing the lines is part of a project among the cities of Lindon, Orem and Vineyard. The plan calls for a new pump station to direct waste water to a sewage treatment facility in northern Utah County. It will cost $1.5 million and it will be part of the bond.
Information from: The Daily Herald, http://www.heraldextra.com