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City OKs sewer cameras

The city of Smithville is spending $9,800 to make sure its citizens' poo gets to where it’s supposed to go.

The board of mayor and aldermen unanimously voted to purchase a special sewer camera for use in the labyrinth of underground pipes that transports the city’s sewage. The city used the camera for three weeks, checking to make sure it serves its purpose. Satisfied the camera is well worth the price, the aldermanic council opted to go ahead and purchase it at a cost of $9,800.

The camera can snake around through underground pipes and passages ...

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