CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A discussion regarding the expansion of South Charleston's sewer lines into Lincoln County continued on Thursday at a City Council meeting.
The portion of Lincoln County targeted for expansion currently does not have a sewer system, and South Charleston's infrastructure is able to sustain both.
"You have to have vision in this business," said South Charleston Mayor Frank Mullens.
The sewer expansion would allow South Charleston to expand its borders to the Lincoln County line.
"It's a no-brainer project," Mullens said.
He said there are two different projected figures for the project: $20 million and $16 million. Mullens said a $20 million expansion would benefit more people.
Both the city and Lincoln County are currently looking for financial backing for sewer-line expansion.