Lowndes Co. Residents Speak Out About DOJ Investigation

From the West Alabama Newsroom– Lowndes County residents are speaking out about the investigation the U. S. Justice Department has launched into longstanding wastewater and sewage problems in the county. Flora Yeldon of Hayneville says she’s been dealing with wastewater and sewage issues at her home for years. “Boo-boo would come in my sink — my tub — all over…

Sewage Problems Could Soon Be Over in Uniontown

From the West Alabama Newsroom– Uniontown residents are cautiously optimistic about the effort to replace the city’s old sewage system. A $23 million dollar USDA grant was recently awarded to the city to rehabilitate the city’s entire wastewater collection system. The project includes construction of a connection between Uniontown and Demopolis — which will pump wastewater to Demopolis for treatment….