Lincoln will sue over water project

The Kewaunee County Town of Lincoln plans legal action against a company hired to install water systems in five homes. The Town Board of Lincoln voted last week to sue for about the $30,000 they feel they are owed by Stonehouse Water Technologies. In the spring of 2017 Stonehouse installed new water systems in five Lincoln homes. They were hired to help the groundwater contamination. Lincoln says SWT was deceptive in not following up their promises of monitoring the five houses. Lincoln Town Chairman Cory Cochart says letters have been exchanged in the last couple of months, but nothing has been resolved. Since the Lincoln Board only meets once per month, he’s frustrated that this process could be dragged out for a long time.



The Lincoln Town Board Members will be meeting again in January to discuss it further.

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