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The citizens advisory committee that will help prioritize projects in the City of Paris’ 10-year comprehensive infrastructure plan will meet today for the second time with representatives from the engineering firm in charge of the project.
At the committee’s first meeting with KSA on March 7, the company gave an overview of the city’s water lines, sewer lines and streets.
Today, the committee was expecting an overlay showing where the worst water and sewer lines are compared to which streets are in the greatest need of improving.
After today, one other meeting of the committee is scheduled for April 17.
City manager John Godwin said at the March 7 meeting he anticipates additional meetings of the committee will be necessary even if KSA officials aren’t always available.
Members of the seven-member committee – each council member appointed one member – are: