City actively working to fix Edgewater sewage plant

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By John Shindlebower

The City of Taylorsville is proceeding with work on repairs to a wastewater pump station that last year, overflowed and nearly created a dangerous spill of sewage into Taylorsville Lake.

The station, which serves the cottages at Edgewater Resorts, the Taylorsville Lake Marina and the campground at Taylorsville Lake State Park, has been the source of a lot of discussion and negations recently after Premier Resorts, Inc., the company that operated Edgewater and who had the operator’s license for the facility, closed their doors last fall.

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