Gravois Arm Sewer District

Gravois Mills, Missouri


All 3 contracts of Phase 3 are substantially complete.

Posted by Jim Bresnahan on October 30, 2012 at 9:40 PM

All 3 contracts of Phase 3 are substantially complete.  With a project this big, there are bound to be issues that need to be addressed.  Customers are encouraged to contact GASD with issues that need to be addressed.  Problem areas will be assessed and the appropriate action will be taken.  We appreciate the courtesy that customers in the areas have shown to the construction crews.  The crews have all expressed their thanks for the cookies, baked goods, etc.  The GASD Board continues to make sure that all available monies are spent.  Currently, there are 4 associations that have petitioned the board for service.  The Board of Trustees welcomes areas and associations that request service.  The main infrastructure is in the ground and future projects will start to be planned in the near future.  While a small number of problems cannot be solved to the satisfaction of the customer, GASD will continue to serve those people in the sewer district.  Please contact us or attend our meetings which are held the first Monday of every month at the sewer plant.  There is currently a position open on the board.  Interested parties should contact Karen Thornton at 374.4025.  Dave Taylor, Chairman, GASD


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Reply Cindy Harmon
9:38 AM on February 22, 2013 
I would like to know why the sewer line was not put in on my property. You originally allowed someone to sign an easement to go across my property that was not the owner. We gave you the easement with the understanding a sewer line would be placed on our property for our future home. I do not find this to be number 1 very good public relations and number 2 very poor customer service. Apparently no one researched who owned the property going into Morning Sun addition or down Eastwood Dr. there are no crews working in this area now and the work was not done.
Reply jim livingston
6:07 PM on June 12, 2013 
I was wondering if and when you may provide service to the Navajo Beach area. You was to run your line through Navajo Beach to access the Coconuts resort. You instead ran your line along Red Hollow Rd. I and several other residents of Navajo Beach would be interested in your service. Is there a future phase that would pick up our community?

Jim Livingston
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11:17 PM on April 7, 2017 
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