The Village of Flossmoor paid $116,106.88 for work done over the past few months on Vollmer Road’s 24-inch sanitary sewer.
The village board voted unanimously Monday, May 17, to approve the expenses paid to Michels Corporation, which relined two segments of Flossmoor’s sanitary sewer and more under “emergency” circumstances.
In early January, the Cook County Department of Transportation and Highways discovered an issue with the sewer at the northeast corner of Vollmer Road and Crawford Avenue, according to a report filed by Public Works Director John Brunke. While doing repair . . .
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