Fred Main/News Danville Village Council’s newly elected members recite the oath of office prior to Monday’s meeting at the municipal building. From left are Joe Duncan, Jill Byers, Mike Waldeck and Jeff Furay.

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Danville Village Council’s newly elected members recite the oath of office prior to Monday’s meeting at the municipal building. From left are Joe Duncan, Jill Byers, Mike Waldeck and Jeff Furay. Request this photo

 

DANVILLE — A meeting with the engineers and designers of the wastewater treatment plant project may result in some significant savings for the village of Danville.

Village Adminstrator Robert McDonald reported at Monday’s village council meeting he met with the designers of the project and discussed the use of a screening device at the plant. The original screening device has worked for more than 20 years and the designers agreed that it could be rehabbed and continue to work well for the village.

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