The Keokuk City Council must decide how the city should pay for some highly-anticipated street work.
Keokuk replaced some sewer lines around Wells-Carey Elementary about two years ago.
The project required crews to tear up several streets to do the work.
Keokuk did not immediately replace them, though, because the sewer needed time to settle. Gravel was added for the time being, but that has led to plenty of complaints from residents about dust.