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City considers $71,000 for sewer camera

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Carroll City Council members will consider on Monday the purchase of a new camera that scouts cracks and blockages and other problems in the city sanitary lines.

The current pipeline inspection system is 11 years old and in need of replacement, said City Public Works Director Randy Krauel.

“We’ve used it for some blockage,” he said.

The city has a number of proposals for the new system to review.

The camera is essential for city service as it spots collapses and open joints and other problems, Krauel said.

The city uses it when issues occur and also routinely scans the sewer system in the fall and early winter.

“We’ll take it out any time of the year,” Krauel said.

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