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Miamisburg seeks contractor to oversee $69 million water, sewer plan

Miamisburg’s $69 million water and sewer master plan may fall under the purview of a contracted firm after the resignation of the project manager in the midst of the city’s five-year infrastructure upgrades.

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A proposal before Miamisburg City Council on Tuesday night would give a local engineering company oversight of the citywide improvements, which are being paid for by annual rate hikes that have drawn criticism in recent months.

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The December resignation of Project Manager Steve Morrison prompted city administrators to propose Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannon assume management of the water and sewer upgrades.

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