Legal process slow in Lincoln

The Kewaunee County Town of Lincoln is in the process of suing Stonehouse Water Technologies and the process is taking longer than the town would have liked. At the beginning of December, the Lincoln Town Board decided to pursue legal action against SWT and not much has proceeded since then. Lincoln Town Chairman Cory Cochart says they are waiting to hear from their attorney to draft a letter to send to SWT. Cochart would like the process to really get going.



Lincoln feels they are owed $30,000 by SWT. The company was hired in 2017 to install new water systems in five Lincoln homes to help the groundwater contamination. Lincoln says SWT was deceptive in not following up their promises of monitoring the five houses.

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