by Susan O’Neill
ELBURN—Engineering Enterprises, Inc. (EEI) Vice President Jeffrey Freeman on Monday presented the Elburn Village Board with several options for solving wastewater collection, treatment and disposal issues.
The board in November will vote on an agreement with EEI to create a plan for addressing the wastewater issues. EEI will present its findings to the board next March.
The village earlier this year ended its 25-year relationship with engineering firm Rempe-Sharpe and Associates, and appointed EEI as the village engineer effective May 7. Since that time, EEI engineers have worked with Superintendent of Public Works John Nevenhoven to establish priorities for the village.
Freeman will be the project manager for this project.