Muddy Creek

muddy creek
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The Hamilton County Commissioners approved a $9.9 million project to replace a failing Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) pipe in Green Township.

muddy creek
Courtesy of / Hamilton County

After years of arguments that intensified in the last few months, Hamilton County and Cincinnati officials may have a tentative agreement to replace a failing sewer line in Green Township.

muddy creek
Courtesy of / Hamilton County

A long-awaited project to stop raw sewage from flowing into Muddy Creek in Green Township could clear a major hurdle soon.

muddy creek
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There could soon be some relief for Green Township residents who have been dealing with raw sewage in parts of Muddy Creek.

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Cincinnati and Hamilton County will be asking a federal judge to eliminate the 24-hour limited period for Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) customers to report sewer back-ups in their basements.  

muddy creek
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Hamilton County and Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) officials are expected to meet in the next week to discuss ways to stop untreated sewage overflows from entering Muddy Creek in Green Township. Residents along the creek have been complaining about the issue for years.  Their complaints include odors and even toilet paper hanging in trees along the creek.