P.O. Box 429
Mt. Lake, MN 56159
The Butterfield city council discussed several waste water related issues.
Butterfield’s Public Works Superintendent Brandon Winch went
through a list of items that need attending to at the city’s ponds. The south aerators could pose problems down the road, the two doors on the control station need replacing and some minor wiring needs to be done at the control building just to name a few.
“After 40 years things wear out,” Winch says. “Butterfield Foods would like a detailed list of these items so that they can come up with a plan for 2015.”
Mayor Ken Pankratz recommended that the council sit down with Butterfield Foods to discuss these issues.
“Butterfield Foods pays 80 percent of the costs related to the ponds, so we need to work with them in coming up with a priority list,” says Pankratz.
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