Trumbull County commissioners eye sewer, water projects for ’16

Trumbull County commissioners eye sewer, water projects for ’16

WARREN, Ohio (WYTV) – Trumbull County commissioners met Wednesday to discuss whate they would like to see happen in the county in the coming months.

Commissioner Dan Polivka said the meeting was meant to inform.

“We just wanted to do a recap, something we hope to continue to do at the end of each year,” Polivka said. “Just to let the people know what we’re doing and the positive things happening in Trumbull County.”

Commissioners are focused on finishing up a few projects, as well as continuing to improve other programs. Commissioners are continuing to oversee the Kinsman sewer project, which has run into trouble lately.

Commissioner Frank Fuda also said that probably the most important project in the new year is a water line stretching from Newton Falls to West Farmington, and covering Braceville, Southington and West Farmington.

“All three of those communities have water that many people can’t drink,” Fuda said. “That’s going to be our major project for next year.”

Mauro Cantalamessa said the future is bright for Trumbull County.

“People are ready for 2016. They’ve seen the accomplishments here today. It’s our job to make it even better for 2016,” Cantalamessa said.

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