WATER IMPROVEMENTS IN CITIES IN IOWA.

WATER IMPROVEMENTS IN CITIES IN IOWA.

According to a statement issued at Des Moines, Ia., by Lafe Higgins, sanitary engineer of the Iowa State Board of Health, water systems and sewage disposal plants have been installed in seventy-three cities in Iowa in the period from July 1, 1914 to January 1, 1916. The report does not include all of the water systems installed in Iowa, for the reason, it is stated, that some of them were put in by private companies and no report was made to the state, but the statement includes a number of cities where plans for water works and sewage disposal plants have been approved, but the work of installation is not completed. Plans for water systems were approved for the following cities in the stated period: Homeston, Edcnville, Knoxville, Grand Mound, Stanton, Sioux Rapids, Yale, Osceola, Northwood, Dixon, Goldfield, Parkersburg, Crawfordsville, Maynard, Spillvine, Morning Sun, Sanborn, Onslow, Orange City, Lowden, Riverside, Chariton, Keota, Denison, Urbana, Kanawha, Germania, Sheldon and Boyden, while plans for sewage disposal plants have been approved for the following cities, in the period covered by the report: Holstein, Keota, Algona, Crcston, Ottawa, Denison, Tripoli, Grinncll, Audubon, Hartley, Woodbine, Decorah, Garner, What Cheer, Postville, Lake Mills, State Center, Lake View, Sanborn, Jewell, Carroll, La Porte City, Spencer, Mount Ayr, Newton, McGregor, Riceville, Peterson, Brooklyn, Lenox, Primghar, Elliott, Ogden, Charter Oak, Mason City, Dayton, Oskaloosa, Ackley, Bedford and Northwood.

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