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Mon, 08/19/2019 - Call it a drainage disaster for one Oakville homeowner. Part of his backyard has been turned into a swampy mess after a broken sewer line was repaired as part of a construction project.
Tue, 08/06/2019 - A South County man says he's tired of his Oakville neighborhood flooding every time it rains. He says the flooding happens because of the drainage system and wants the Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) to fix it.
Sun, 07/28/2019 - Investors sentiment increased to 1.08 in 2019 Q1. Its up 0.17, from 0.91 in 2018Q4. It is positive, as 9 investors sold Aegion Corporation shares while 41 reduced holdings. 17 funds opened positions while 37 raised stakes. 29.81 million shares or 1.64% less from 30.30 million shares in 2018Q4 were reported.
What started out as a slight dip in the road has since developed into a large and deep hole right in the middle of a busy residential street.
Sun, 07/28/2019 - She said she and her neighbors have all called University City to report the hole every day for at least the past 10 days. But Merritt said all the city has done so far is put down three orange traffic cones on top of the hole to cover it up.
Sun, 07/28/2019 - The Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) says they are looking into concerns after at least nine homes in a Spanish Lake subdivision experienced sewage backups into their basements during a Monday rain storm. Residents near Herefordshire Drive and Coal Bank Road say it has been a re-occurring problem for three years.
Sun, 07/28/2019 - The city's offering more specific information about how long it'll take to repair Lindell Boulevard at Union following a major water main break last week. The city of St. Louis says the water department and the Metropolitan Sewer District think it'll take at least two weeks to repair... or longer.
St Louis News: Lindell Boulevard, Union Drive To Remain Closed Two Weeks For Repairs Following Water Main Break
Repairs are underway by the City’s Water Division, MSD, and the City’s Street Department
Sun, 07/28/2019 - The City of St. Louis and the Metropolitan Sewer District expect the road closure at Lindell Boulevard and Union Drive to last two weeks or longer while repairs continue following the rupture of a 30-inch water main last week.
Rate Commission to make recommendation soon on best options for consumers
Fri, 07/26/2019 - Area residents along the Meramec River are taking an interest in proposed MSD rate hikes. That’s because the hikes would pay for the shutdown of the Fenton sewage treatment plant, which has a history of contaminating the river.
Thu, 07/25/2019 - People walking and driving through one St. Ann neighborhood tell News 4 they are fed up looking at equipment laying around. Homeowner Marson Ponder said the sewer piping project is a waste of taxpayer money.
The homeowners don't have flood insurance. And they don't live in areas you typically think would need it.
Wed, 07/24/2019 - Nearly 200 people are picking up the pieces around the St. Louis area after torrential rain caused sewage water to flood their homes. Many will be on the hook to pay for major repairs because they don't have flood insurance, and they don't live in areas you typically think would need it. Anyone is able to purchase flood insurance. FEMA sets low-risk, moderate-risk and high-risk zones.
St. Louis Business Journal
Wed, 07/24/2019 - Leaders from Gateway Design Studio, Beyond Housing and the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District recently celebrated the $5.6 million completion of the Pine Lawn Community Park and Pasadena Boulevard Parkway.
Tue, 07/23/2019 - Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) executive director/CEO Brian Hoelscher and Rate Commission Chairman Len Toenjes explain their process, plus explain how residents will have a chance to discuss.