Water and sewer infrastructure improvements on the horizon

City seeks grants and low-interest loans from the state ■ Melissa Diaz Hernandez / Editor The city of Hemet has approved spending another $50,000 with an Orange County engineering firm to refine plans for an upgrade to the city’s sewer and water system. The contract amendment brought the total cost of the design job up to as much as $150,000 before the projects have even been put out to bid. The upgrades are citywide within the city’s service area with the wells serving the entire system. “We are looking to replace and repair old sewer infrastructure,” said Deputy Director of Public Works-Operations Kristen Jensen. “The projects that pertain to water are

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