A meeting will be held later this week to detail plans on a new sewage plant set to come to Summit Township.
The forum will be held Thursday night at 7 p.m. at the Herman Fire Hall and is geared for the 400 owners of equivalent dwelling units—also known as an EDU.
Now where will the sewer lines go? “From the village of Herman, and just east of it along Herman Road all the way down to Franklin Field. And the sewage plant is going to be at Franklin Field,” Dave Barry, chairman of the Summit Sewer Authority said.
Barry also says that areas of Geibel and Bonniebrook Roads will also have a line toward them.
The project costs $16 million, but it’s still early in the process according to Barry.
“It’s a sequential type of process where you have to get “A” done first before you can start “B,” Barry said. Barry says construction could begin in 2023, and with everything going correctly the sewer plant would be operational by 2025.