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Logan Street CSO Basin Archives — Broken Sidewalk

Logan Street CSO Basin

MSD board unanimously votes to proceed with park-topped, at-grade Logan Street...

It's official! Smoketown's Logan Street CSO Interceptor, a project by the Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) to fix Louisville's combined sewer overflow (CSO) problem, is...

Breaking! MSD pushes to build a park-topped Logan Street CSO Basin...

Call it a win for the Smoketown neighborhood. Mayor Greg Fischer and Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) Executive Director Tony Parrott have confirmed that the...

At MSD’s Logan Street CSO Basin redesign meeting, 100 people walk...

Smoketown’s efforts to advocate for a change in the basin design of the Logan CSO Interceptor Project took major steps forward last week. For...

De Leon & Primmer to work with Smoketown residents on redesigning...

Mark your calendars for a very important meeting on Wednesday, March 16. Currently under construction in Smoketown, the Metropolitan Sewer District's (MSD) Logan Street CSO...

Smoketown residents voice concerns over MSD’s Logan Street CSO Basin

The people of Smoketown have been ignored. As one of twelve neighborhoods scheduled to receive a combined sewer overflow (CSO) basin, the Metropolitan Sewer...

It’s time for MSD to reinvest the $4 million it skimmed...

As far as I can tell, Louisville's Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) owes Smoketown at least four million dollars. Let me tell you why. On November 16,...

A proposal to dress up MSD’s planned Logan Street CSO Basin...

At the Shelby Park Germantown Rail Corridor meeting in July, representatives of the Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) introduced the Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) solution...

How MSD’s Project WIN aims to eliminate Louisville’s combined sewer overflow...

Waterway Improvements Now—also known as Project WIN—is the slogan-slash-acronym for the Metropolitan Sewer District’s latest initiative to reduce water pollution and overflows from Louisville’s...