Problem solved

Morning Journal/Katie Schwendeman

The used car dealership that threatened to move – and even began doing so – unless Lisbon provided the necessary sanitary sewer line is now tied into the system. G.W. Dailey Excavating installed the 600-foot line Tuesday from Jefferson Street to the Elkton Auto Corral garage, and that cost was covered by the village, per the agreement reached between business owners Jay and Sue Mullen and village council. The Mullens are responsible for installing a lateral line connecting the dealership building to the sewer line. Here, Gary Dailey works in the trench during the line installation.