Hermiston City Council will consider acquisition of rights-of-way for the Hermiston Recycled Water Plant during their regular meeting Monday evening.

A $25-million, multi-year endeavor, the recycled water project updates equipment, supports regulation compliance and transforms the city's 30-year-old wastewater facility into a plant capable of discharging water for use as irrigation.

The resolution - No. 1880 - was the only action item on a preliminary agenda provided Thursday.

During the meeting, council could also hear reports from officers, board or committees and any unscheduled communications from the audience during the meeting. Anyone wishing to bring anything before the council is asked to please limit discussion to not more than 10 minutes.

Changes or additional items may be added to the agenda before the meeting, and when complete, the full agenda will be posted on the city website, www.hermiston.or.us.

The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the council chambers at Hermiston City Hall, 180 N.E. Second St.

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