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The Dickinson City Commission is one step closer to transitioning from the current wastewater treatment plant, shown above, to a mechanical one that can serve up to 68,000 people, officials said Saturday. Commissioners will review bids totaling $29.95 million for the facility, which should be operational in two years.

Wastewater facility planning in final stages; Dickinson treatment plant could cost $29.9M

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The city of Dickinson is in the final stages of planning the wastewater treatment reclamation facility, a top-priority project that "couldn't come sooner," officials said Saturday.

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