With Department of Natural Resources in hand, workers from the C.L. Richardson company will soon be installing pipe for the forced main sewage system from Hummingbird Properties near the Columbia Regional Airport.

The Ashland Board of Aldermen approved the second reading for site approval of Hummingbird Properties at their June 7 meeting. That, plus the DNR permit, means that all systems are “Go” for the project.

“Hummingbird is ready, CL’s people are ready and now we have everything in place,” said Mayor Gene Rhorer. “Once we have the pipe in the ground, we just turn it on – that’s how ready they are.”

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by Bruce Wallace