Hotel and sewer overhaul are top priorities in Ind. city

The Evansville, Ind., City Council plans to embark on a hotel project that will be at least partially backed by public financing. Leaders also aim to undertake the largest public works project in the city's history with a $227 million plan during the next 20 years to reduce sewer overflow into the Ohio River. The city is under a federal mandate to reduce such discharge.

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