Tuesday, June 2, 2015

LASA to inspect mains and manholes Tuesday and Wednesday

According to LASA's website, crews will be cleaning and televising sewer mains in Columbia Borough on June 2 and 3, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. They will also be locating, uncovering, and inspecting manholes. Please direct questions to Maintenance Supervisor John Vilga 299-4843 ext 5819 or Maintenance Director Albert Knepp 299-4843 ext 5831.

8 comments:

  1. Will a DVD be available for purchase?

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  2. LASA got everything they wanted and more!! How in the hell can the Borough say ok we voted and we are selling the sewer plant. Then turn around for them to get a grant or loan for a filter system. Then turn again to sell them 3 PLOTS of front street land for peanuts!!! Then didn't say where them 3 plots are!!!!!!! The 64 thousand dollar question is WHY! Why should we the tax payers BEND and BEND for them!! They wanted it so WHY, Why should we fork the BILL!!!!!!!!

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  3. When i came home today my toilet bowl(not tank), was completely dry and my house stank of sewer gas? Was this the culprit?

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    1. Should have lit a mach to look in the bowl!

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  4. Yes, if they jetted the line on front of your house, it could have sucked the water out of your bowl. Pretty cool, huh?

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  5. i'll try again. here's the deal. LASA was NOT interested in Columbia Boro, the ONLY way to get West Hempfield was thru the Boro. Do you have ANY idea what LASA chages for a new sewer hook up and the profit they make from one????? check it out. W Hempfield has FARMLAND to develop. Columbia is landlocked. Borough Council will go down in Columbias History as being the WORST council ever. Dumbest move they could have EVER made. and the Boro will be BROKE (no joke) BEFORE the years out/ then what????? No income.

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  6. I said it many times over,, BANKRUPTCY!!!!!!!!!

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  7. i'll never understand how this new pipe line is going to be built along Indian sites. There MUST be artifacts.

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