The city of Braham will be the host for a visit from the House Capital Investment Committee early next week.
The visit is design to show legislators some of the issues occurring with Braham’s water infrastructure and help secure funding for projects from the state's next bonding bill.
With much of Braham's current wastewater collection system failing and exceeding its service life, the city is looking to receive just over $20 million dollars for replacements and upgrades.
The visit will consist of a 15 minute tour of the current sewer treatment facility as well as a video presentation showing current pipeline conditions.
Other surrounding areas including the Shorewood Park Sanitary Sewer District near Rush Lake will also be present to showcase potential projects in need of funding.
The visit will take place on Tuesday, October 5th from 10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. at the Braham Event Center, the public is invited to attend.