Bond issue for Hannibal water system to appear on August ballot
Hannibal, Missouri —
The Hannibal City Council approved a $17.5 million dollar bond authority Tuesday night.
That's according to KHQA's news gathering partners at WTAD.
Those bonds would pay for a new granular activated carbon water system.
The bond issue will now appear on the August 7th ballot.
Voters must decide whether or not this is how they want to pay for the project.
Hannibal residents voted last year to replace their current system.
The council also approved an engineering agreement to reconstruct the Mark Twain Memorial Lighthouse.
The project is expected to cost anywhere between $30,000 to $60,000.