Placer County supervisors hedge bets on stimulus solving sewer woes

Auburn Journal – Placer County is pumping money into a North Auburn sewer treatment plant upgrade while seeking federal funding for a pricey regional wastewater pipeline from North Auburn to Lincoln.

No decision has been made to commit to either the $133 million Lincoln tie-in or the $88.5 million Joeger Road plant upgrade.

But Jim Durfee, county facility services director, told supervisors at Tuesday’s board meeting that moving ahead on a no-bid contract with design firm Owen Psomas would signal to water-quality officials that efforts were continuing to move the North Auburn plant into compliance with new standards.

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