Public meetings to be held to discuss Sloan Channel fix
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North Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- A fix is in the works for the Sloan Channel in North Las Vegas.
There will be two chances this week for concerned residents in the area to get an update.
People living along the channel started complaining about bugs shortly after water started flowing from a waste-water treatment plant.
Last week, leaders in Clark County and North Las Vegas came to an agreement to build a pipeline above ground to carry the waste-water to Lake Mead.
County Commissioners Tom Collins and Chris Giunchigliani will each hold public meetings tomorrow and Wednesday to discuss the pipeline.
Work on the pipeline is scheduled to begin early next year and could take about a year to finish.