City Council approved a treatment system for their new plant at Tuesday night’s meeting in Richmond.  Click to hear KMZU’s Sarah Scott speak with City Administrator Ron Brohammer:

Ron Brohammer

The city of Richmond has a new wastewater treatment plant in the works.  Brohammer said the system approved lwill save them money as compared to what the current plant uses.  The new plant is projected to save the city about six million dollars over a ten- to twelve-year period.  Council also approved adding terrorism coverage to their insurance policy.  The city will pay an additional $1,360 per year for the addition to their policy.  Brohammer said they use the federal guidelines to define a terrorist act, which is different from vandalism.