Metropolitan Sewer District
“This isn’t a city issue or a county issue, its a community issue,” explains MSD spokesman Lance LeComb
An eight inch sewer main broke near 13 Chamblee Lane in Creve Coeur and leaked approximately 215,000 gallons of sewage into Smith Creek.
Why does it cost more to flush the toilet than fill the bathtub? was the question posed to sewer district officials.
Four more hearings are scheduled before any decisions are made
MSD warns there is no federal or state funds handy to help ratepayers meet this mandate.
Some South St. Louis residents are looking for a buy-out after a storm caused water damage.
More than a thousand basements flooded. Is it all Mother Nature’s fault?
Power failure prevented gates from opening, trapping deluge of rainwater in neighborhood