Council approves one-time payment on 1993 loan

The Waterville Town Council has authorized the town to make a one-time payment of $65,000 to the U.S. Department of Agriculture to pay down the principal on a 1993 water/sewer revenue bond.
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Tax revenue for 2016 higher than expected

The 2016 Town of Waterville budget ended up being somewhat bigger than predicted and may enable the town to replace a pickup truck.
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Council authorizes design work to begin on irrigation line

At its Nov. 7 meeting, the Waterville Town Council authorized Mayor Royal DeVaney to sign a contract with the engineering firm Erlandsen, Inc. to begin work on designing the irrigation line that will bring nitrate-polluted water to the school and the cemetery.
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Water and sewer rates will increase in 2017

The Waterville Town Council voted at its Oct. 17 regular meeting to increase water and sewer rates by 10 percent in 2017. They also voted to increase garbage rates based on an increase passed on to them by Consolidated Disposal Services, which contracts disposal for the town.
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Council supports replacement of failing sewer line segments

Waterville will be applying for about $750,000 in funding to replace certain priority sewer line segments in town. During the Oct. 3 town council meeting, Erlandsen engineer Eric Smith presented the council with a proposal to address three stretches of the sewer system that have been identified as most in need of repair.
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Town projects are completed

The Waterville Town Council heard about the completion of the North Chelan Avenue sidewalk project and the painting of the front of town hall during its meeting Sept. 19.
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Council moves forward with skatepark; accepts town clock

At the Sept. 6 regular Waterville Town Council meeting, skatepark committee chairwoman Tiena Sheridan presented the town with a check for $2,885.55 for the purchase of skatepark equipment.
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Sidewalk project awarded to Smith Excavation

The Council approves Smith Excavation's Chelan Avenue sidewalk project bid and discusses water and sewer rates, the Capital Facilities Plan for 2017-2022, rabid bats in Wenatchee, new street signs and horse grazing requirements.
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Council wants to hold off on building moratorium

The water and sewer situation in the town of Waterville has reached a critical point, according to Mayor Royal DeVaney.
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Council members not ready to keep dogs away from Waterville Days

An ordinance that would have banned dogs from the north part of Pioneer Park during Waterville Days died for a lack of a motion at the July 18 Waterville Town Council meeting.
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