Will a new sewer and water system equal explosive growth for Eagleville? Some say YES!

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Eagleville Mayor Sam Tune thanking Murfreesboro Mayor Tommy Bragg for his encouragement with the project.
Groundbreaking ceremony on April 10th in Eagleville, TN.
Eagleville Police at the groundbreaking.
The official groundbreaking crew.
The official groundbreaking crew.

The groundbreaking for Eagleville’s very first sewer system took place on Thursday morning. Eagleville Councilman Andy Soapes stated…

Eagleville Councilman Travis Brown told us the construction of the main sewer line won’t take long…


Jamie Reed with SEC is the engineer and surveyor behind the project…


Bill Donnell with Consolidated Utility in Rutherford County said new water lines are also being installed in Eagleville…

One of the first new businesses to open because of the new water and sewer lines will be Maple Street Grill. Mike Zelenak, owner of the restaurant on the Murfreesboro Square,  told WGNS they are opening a second location in Eagleville.

Eagleville School will also benefit from the new sewer and water lines, saving taxpayers thousands of dollars annually. The county schools plan a $7-million expansion for the school once the new lines are in place later this year.

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