Gravois Arm Sewer District

Gravois Mills, Missouri


Phase 3 update, Aug. 7, 2012

Posted by Jim Bresnahan on August 8, 2012 at 7:20 AM

Progress continues on the Phase 3 project.  Contract 1 is 73% complete and Rosetta Construction is digging toward the Gravois Mills treatment plant.  Bill Ferguson of Rosetta in formed the GASD Board last night that they have 10 grinder stations to dig also.  Contract 2 is 91.2% complete and the crews are in the Melcher road area.  Contract 3 is 82.7% complete.  The drought continues and many trees are stressed due to the extremely dry conditions.  The district has been in touch with the Dept. of Conservation and an Arborist to resolve problems.  Some billing problems have arisen due to different easement numbers being used.  Please bear with us as we continue to work on addresses, Names, and numbers.  If you have billing questions, please address those to Steve Thornton at: 573.374.4025.  As customers come on line, you may be billed for a partial month.  Some customers have requested that they pay by the year.  There is a discount for yearly payment. Please contact the above number for more information.  Remember that grinder pumps do not like grease, oil, paint. or other chemicals.  Stickers have been placed on the control box at each station with telephone numbers to call in case of emergency.  David R. Taylor, Chairman, GASD


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Reply George M. Hall
3:39 PM on February 22, 2017 
It is my concern the entire Sewer District has been funded illegally. It was voted for Revenue Bonds yet the Board is indebting the District by obtaining a loan that was not approved by the voters and that exceeds the debt limitation pursuant to the Missouri Constitution. The people in the District are being subjected to a scam by the Engineers and the Board. In fact being told that you will be billed regardless if you use the sewer or not is another violation of the Missouri Constitution since it constitutes a tax and was not approved by the voters. It is time to say no to the GASD and the fraud being committed against the taxpayers and the forced involuntary servitude and slavery just so a few can receive a substantial financial gain. (More to Come Later).