Spanish Fort rejects sewer moratorium; councilman claims customers at risk

The Spanish Fort City Council rejected a proposal last week to stop sewer installation until the city develops design specifications for the expanding system.

District One Councilman Dennis Dismuke, who worked for years as a licensed master plumber and electrician in Ohio, proposed delaying the installation of any new sewer mains for six months or longer until the city could adopt design standards for sewer construction and installation.

After the vote, Dismuke presented a petition signed by 111 of the 115 residents of Wakefield stating that they “do not want Baldwin County Sewer Service” to provide services to the subdivision. Mayor Joe Bonner stood by the franchise agreement and its amendment

Spanish Fort rejects sewer moratorium; councilman claims customers at risk