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Coopersville considers sewer ordinance amendment as company expands
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Coopersville considers sewer ordinance amendment as company expands

COOPERSVILLE, Mich.--  The Coopersville city council will consider changes to the city’s sewer ordinance, as the parent company of Continental Dairy Facilities expands.

City officials say Fair Oaks Farms is adding a second production line at the facility to produce “Core Power,” nutritionally enhanced milk.    The increased production is expected to lead to higher levels of waste water discharge at the plant.  

Waste Water Treatment Plant Supervisor Steve Luke is expected to present a proposed amendment to the current city ordinance during the council’s regular meeting at 7 p.m.  Monday, September 23.  Any permit revision costs will be covered by Continental Dairy.

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