ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP) — Officials in a northeastern South Dakota city are looking into the possibility of getting some of its water from the Missouri River.
The Aberdeen City Council has approved a study on the feasibility of installing a raw transmission pipeline from an intake site on Lake Oahe near Mobridge to the Aberdeen water treatment plant. The pipeline would run about 100 miles.
The Bismarck, North Dakota engineering firm of Bartlett and West has been hired to draft plan scheduled to be completed in three months. It will cost the city up to $200,000.
May 6, 2021