A key component to making the new water system function better is slated to be built in the next phase of the New England water rehab project.
A chip sealed portion of Main Street signifies the end of the first phase of the water project in New England, according to New England City Auditor Jason Jung.
It was previously reported by The Herald that voting locations would be available around the county. However, voters will have only two options when polling opens in June: vote-by-mail, or at the Hettinger County Courthouse in Mott.
Phase one of the upcoming water project in New England took another step Monday, Jan. 5 as the city council chose an institution for its interim financing need.
The city of New England has been in a business partnership for the past two years that has given the city another stream of revenue, at no extra cost to the tax payers.