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Grass Valley Expected to Approve Hydrant Project

Grass Valley’s fire hydrants will be getting an upgrade. The City Council is expected to approve a roughly 130-thousand dollar project…

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Public Works Director Tim Kiser says the older hydrants called ‘wet-barrel’, can freeze more easily…

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And that means there’s no water in there to freeze. In addition to replacing the hydrants, sidewalk work and other repairs will be done in the areas around the hydrants. The winning bid for the project will be announced at tonight’s City Council meeting.

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