Employees with W. Rogers Company worked on building a new Deep Springs Sewer Pump Station at 467 Anniston Drive Tuesday. Before plans can begin on the overhaul of Lexington's sewer system, the city must choose the size of storm event it wants to be capable of handling, and that will decide the cost.
Employees with W. Rogers Company worked on building a new Deep Springs Sewer Pump Station at 467 Anniston Drive Tuesday. Before plans can begin on the overhaul of Lexington's sewer system, the city must choose the size of storm event it wants to be capable of handling, and that will decide the cost.
Employees with W. Rogers Company worked on building a new Deep Springs Sewer Pump Station at 467 Anniston Drive Tuesday. Before plans can begin on the overhaul of Lexington's sewer system, the city must choose the size of storm event it wants to be capable of handling, and that will decide the cost.

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