Rollin’ on the river


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Construction crews install a new sewer line across the Great Miami River just below the dam in Piqua on Wednesday. The new “siphon” line joins two other lines giving a total of three lines to the system. The job is expected to take two to three weeks to complete.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Construction crews install a new sewer line across the Great Miami River just below the dam in Piqua on Wednesday. The new “siphon” line joins two other lines giving a total of three lines to the system. The job is expected to take two to three weeks to complete.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Construction crews install a new sewer line across the Great Miami River just below the dam in Piqua on Wednesday. The new “siphon” line joins two other lines giving a total of three lines to the system. The job is expected to take two to three weeks to complete.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Construction crews install a new sewer line across the Great Miami River just below the dam in Piqua on Wednesday. The new “siphon” line joins two other lines giving a total of three lines to the system. The job is expected to take two to three weeks to complete.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Construction crews install a new sewer line across the Great Miami River just below the dam in Piqua on Wednesday. The new “siphon” line joins two other lines giving a total of three lines to the system. The job is expected to take two to three weeks to complete.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_082615mju_piqua_sewerline2.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Construction crews install a new sewer line across the Great Miami River just below the dam in Piqua on Wednesday. The new “siphon” line joins two other lines giving a total of three lines to the system. The job is expected to take two to three weeks to complete.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Construction crews install a new sewer line across the Great Miami River just below the dam in Piqua on Wednesday. The new “siphon” line joins two other lines giving a total of three lines to the system. The job is expected to take two to three weeks to complete.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_082515mju_piqua_sewerline1.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Construction crews install a new sewer line across the Great Miami River just below the dam in Piqua on Wednesday. The new “siphon” line joins two other lines giving a total of three lines to the system. The job is expected to take two to three weeks to complete.
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