Residents voted in favor of the Lake Nasworthy sewer project in Tuesday's special election. The proposed expansion plan would add a second pipeline running parallel to one another, east from the lake.

"This will be a case lake crossing so if there was any failure you have that extra protection of a case system and it also provides a dual barrel system so if there was a line down for maintenance you can use the other to get sewage across," Allison Strube, City of San Angelo water utilities director, said in a previous interview.

The project is expected to cost $32 million, but residents only voted to use $10 million from the Lake Nasworthy trust fund - the remaining balance would be financed.

Unofficial final results from the Nov. 5 special election from the City of San Angelo:

Proposition A, regarding the Lake Nasworthy Trust Fund:
78% in favor with 5,949 votes
22% against with 1,690 votes

The votes will be canvased at the Nov. 12 City Council meeting.

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