The Wood River Public Services Department has finished work on a new sewer extension that will keep the city's Chevrolet dealership in town.  Jack Schmitt Chevrolet moved into the former Albrecht-Hamlin building on Highway 111 several years ago, but is in need of a new building.  It is planning to locate near two other dealships just off Highway 255.

Wood River City Manager Jim Schneider says the city is helping make that happen.

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The new building will be constructed next to the Shop - N - Save on Route 143, and cost somewhere between $5-million and $6-million.  Schneider expects ground to be broken this fall.

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