Metropolitan Sewer District

MSD Switches to Full Page Billing Statement in SeptemberBeginning September 1st, Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) customers will receive a full-page, comprehensive billing statement each month.
MSD Looks Ahead to Next Big Rain"No system could've handled Tuesday's rain," says Lance LaComb, spokesman for the Metropolitan Sewer District.
Customers to Pay for MSD Billing ErrorA miscalculation that goes back nearly two years has many local sewer district customers doing double takes when they open their bills - and perhaps uttering some choice words.
Coming Up with the Cash to Pay for Sewer System UpgradesDo you want the MSD to borrow about a $1 billion, and your sewer rates rise to $61 dollars a month by 2020? Or do you want the district to pay cash as it goes, and your bill go up to $96 dollars a month by 2020?
Sewage Spills into North St. Louis County CreekAuthorities are advising people to say away from a north St. Louis County creek after a sewage leak.
'Chelsea the Chomper' Digging Tunnels Beneath River Des PeresChelsea is a 150-ton boring machine that's creating tunnels beneath the River Des Peres for the Metropolitan Sewer District.
Metro Sewer District Ready For FloodingAfter a pump failure last month, the Metropolitan Sewer District says the pumps fixed and ready to go if it floods this weekend.
Koster Sues Landfill Owner to Put Out Raging Garbage FireThe State of Missouri files suit against the owner of a Bridgeton landfill where an underground fire has neighbors afraid for their health.
MSD Casts A Wary Eye on Hurricane Isaac
MSD Faces Criticism Over No-Bid ContractsTom Sullivan says it isn't right that consulting contracts went to Burns and McDonnell, whose St. Louis office was run for many years by MSD Chairman Robert Berry.
Last Meeting On MSD Rate Hike Next Week"This isn't a city issue or a county issue, its a community issue," explains MSD spokesman Lance LeComb
Raw Sewage Spills into Smith CreekAn eight inch sewer main broke near 13 Chamblee Lane in Creve Coeur and leaked approximately 215,000 gallons of sewage into Smith Creek.
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