I am glad USDA will provide $1,005,000 in grant money to the sewer project. Pressing an issue for too long can be very hazardous. Even though Eagleville is a small community a "long-waited" sewer problem could have caused damage to schools, children and outside environments. The fact that neighbors have complained for years about the problem and nothing has got done shows a lack of effort on those who have not succeeded in getting plans going. Is getting a new sewer line a government handled issue? It said that the project for the system would be 2.6 million dollars, what about the other half? Is it not the USDA’s funding or is it the county? A lot of appreciation goes out to the Mayor, Sam Tune, for pressing the issue to government officials. I know many people are very excited about what the new water waste system will do for them. Voicing your opinion is one thing, but sometimes it needs to be taken a step further to get the opinion taken into consideration. By coming together and making the issue as big as it was allowed the problem to get fixed. Overall, I think it is detrimental to not take situations like this likely .