Jerome Voters To See $48M Wastewater Bond On May Ballot


By KMVT News

In this week's “Connections,” Idaho’s First News sits down with Jerome city officials as they prepare for the May election, when voters will see a 48 million dollar wastewater bond on the ballot.

Hear from key players on the issue, such as: Jerome Mayor John Shine, Wastewater Superintendent Gilbert Sanchez and Industrial Pretreatment Coordinator Dade Pettinger.

The three inform Jerome residents of what will happen if the wastewater bond fails, and recap the improvements that will be made to the facility if the bond passes.

You can watch “Connections” on FOX 14 Saturdays at 9:30 p.m. and Sundays at 9:00 a.m.

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