sewer district

LOOKING OVER a map showing the area for the proposed Woodrail subdivision sewer district, from left, are Commissioners Jerry Bishop, Allen Dale and Bob King, and guests Kyle Stevens and attorney Jennifer Baird.

RICHMOND – About a quarter mile north of Richmond, some Woodrail subdivision residents are kicking around the idea of starting their own sewer district.

Richmond provides sewer service to the subdivision.

Lee’s Summit attorney Jennifer Baird and subdivision resident Kyle Stevens explored the idea of the Ray County Commission taking an oversight role for establishing a possible Woodrail sewer district.

Find out more in Friday's Richmond Daily News.

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