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Lake Ozark City Sewage Bond Measure (November 2010)

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A Lake Ozark City Sewage Bond Measure was on the November 2, 2010 ballot in the city of Ozark, which is in Miller County.

This measure sought to implement a bond in the amount of $6 million in order to improve and extend the sewage system as well as pay for operational and maintenance costs for the system.[1] Due to a recent overflow of the sewer system into Lake Ozark, the EPA and the Missouri Attorney General stated that upgrades, changes and safety measure had to be implemented in the system. Even if voters did not approve this measure the city would have had to make the repairs so there was no option. But with a positive vote, the city would be able to take out a loan from the State which would cost less overall to residents.[2]

  • YES 408 (70.9%)Approveda
  • NO 167 (29.1%)[3]