Elmhurst City Council approves rear yard drain program extension
ELMHURST – The City Council approved a Public Works and Building Committee report recommending Elmhurst continue its current storm sewer extension program with a 13 to 1 vote.
"It was good policy then; I still believe it's a good policy/program now," said Fifth Ward Alderman Chris Healy, also the committee's vice chairman.
The program allows Down Under Construction of St. Charles to install drains at the request of residents in their backyards to alleviate water problems. Under the program residents may also connect sump pump discharge pipes and roof drains to the city storm sewer. The city shares 50 percent of the project cost with homeowners up to $1,000. The city voted to extend the program for a single year.
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