Plan Advancing To Avoid Sewage Backups, Big Fines In Littleton

Littleton selectman on Monday increased an emergency expenditure authorization originally at $800,000, up to $1.3 million to replace two primary screw pumps at the wastewater treatment facility, after one pump failed and the other is 12-years older than its life expectancy. (Courtesy photo)

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