What We Accomplished in the Past Two Weeks

  • Directed the surveyor to provide data for 3 additional streets.

  • Followed up with the IEPA regarding the approval of the Greenview treatment process.

  • Followed up with the IEPA regarding the review of the antidegradation process.

  • Received initial WWTF preprocurement comments from the USDA state engineer.

  • Responded to the state engineer’s initial comments.

  • Received additional WWTF preprocurement comments from the USDA state engineer.

  • Developed over 30 sheets of sewer plans.

  • Completed the mechanical design of the pump station.

  • Issued letter requesting septic system surveys.

  • Planned “office hours” in the Village to address homeowner questions regarding the survey.


What We Will Accomplish in the Next Two Weeks

  • Review the preliminary layout of the collection system and pump station.

  • Incorporate internal review comments.

  • Update cost estimates.

  • Submit the preliminary collection system and pump station plans to the USDA state engineer.

    • Preliminary Plans

    • Outline Specifications

    • Revised Opinion of Probable Cost

  • Address USDA state engineer’s comments on the WWTF preprocurement.

  • Hold “office hours” at the Village to address citizen questions regarding the survey.


Scope Changes to Date

  • None


Schedule/Deliverable Status

  • On schedule.

  • Preliminary Design Phase (Due 10/11/2019)

    • Survey – expected 6/10

    • Geotechnical – expected 6/10

    • Preliminary Design submittal – expected 8/2

  • Final Design Phase (Due 6/2/2020)

  • Bidding or Negotiation Phase (Due 9/22/20)

  • Construction Phase (Estimated Completion 9/7/2021)

  • Post – Construction Phase (Estimated Completion 10/19/2021)


Just wanted to let everyone know that the letters requesting information from the residents were mailed earlier this week and you should be receiving them shortly. Please take the time to fill out the requested information. Attached is a list of FAQ, and as always if you have any questions please feel to call Village Hall at 217-968-5314.

1.      What is this letter for?

The Village of Greenview is proceeding with a project to install a wastewater collection system (sewers) and a wastewater treatment facility (WWTF) sometimes referred to as a sewage treatment plant. The design engineers are working on the layout of the sewers and need to make sure that every property which will be connected is physically able to do so.

2.      Why do you need information from me?

Woodard & Curran needs to know the location and elevation of the sewer which exits each property. The new collection system must be installed lower in the ground than the pipe which exits the house carrying wastewater; otherwise a small pump will be required for the property. It would be possible to assume that every property had 10 foot basements with the sewer pipe exiting the house from the floor. However, this would likely result in sewers that are deeper than necessary. Digging the trench for the sewers, called excavation, is one of the most costly aspects of sewer installation. Therefore, it is fiscally responsible to design only to the depth that is needed.

3.      What if I don’t own this property?

Letters were sent using the best available information for drinking water customers in the Village of Greenview. If you are a renter and pay the water utility bill directly, there is no way for Woodard & Curran to know that you are not the owner. You have two options. You can give the letter and form to the property owner to complete. Or, you can inform us who the owner of the property is, the property address, and the contact information for the property owner. To contact us, use any of the methods provided in the original letter.

4.      What if I own property that I didn’t receive a letter for?

a.       Please download the letter and form from this website and complete it for the property you own. If you have tenants, consider contacting them to say that you have taken care of it.

b.       Please email to request a letter and form to complete. If you have tenants, consider contacting them to say that you have taken care of it.

5.      I don’t understand how to fill this out. What should I do?

Woodard & Curran is here to help! Samantha Weidenbenner can usually be reached at 636-223-8062 between 8 am and 5 pm Central Time. If she is not available, please leave a message so she can call you back. If it’s a quick question, we’ll work through it on the phone or over email. If it’s very confusing, we can make an appointment during the office hours when Samantha will be in town. If there are a lot of appointments, additional personnel may be scheduled to be on site.

6.      My situation doesn’t seem to be covered by this Form or FAQ. What should I do?

Please contact Samantha Weidenbenner at 636-223-8062 or You may also mail a response using the envelope provided.



As you all know our sewer system is underway and progressing quickly and will require a little information from you.    In the next few weeks residents will be receiving a letter requesting where your septic pipe exits your foundation.  It is VERY IMPORTANT that these get returned as quickly as possible as it helps with the design of the new Wastewater Treatment Facility.  If you do not have that information the engineers will be here a couple of days at the end of July to assist residents with this.  Please be on the lookout for the letter and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to call Village Hall at 217-968-5314.

Thank you

Kevin Curry


Village of Greenview

A-Team Disposal

A-Team Disposal was present at our board meeting on July 1, 2019 presenting that they are now offering waste hauling service in the Greenview area.

Their rates are $21.00 per month or $63 per quarter, with the use of one of their toters included.

Pick-up would be on Wednesdays, starting July 3, 2019

They informed the Village Board to be on the lookout for their Red containers, White trucks, and bright blue trash totes.

Any questions please call them at 217-501-4640


Sewer Update as of 06/21/2019


What has been accomplished in the past 2 weeks:

·          Reviewed incomplete survey data.

o   Directed surveyor to provide additional data in accordance with the contract.

o   Surveyor collection additional points

·          Conducted internal review of WWTF procurement documents

·         Submitted WWTF procurement documents to USA for review

·         Conducted internal review of engineering report

·         Submitted engineering report to IEPA for review

·         Began preliminary layout of collection system


What will be accomplished in the next two weeks:


·          Continue preliminary layout of collection system

·         Begin preliminary layout of influent lift station

·         Begin septic system surveys

·         Receive completed base mapping

Schedule Status

·          On schedule

·         Preliminary design phase (due 10/11/19)

·         Preliminary design submittal – expected 08/02/19

·         Final design phase – due 06/02/20

·         Bidding or Negotiation Phase due 09/22/20

·         Construction Phase – estimated completion 09/07/2021

·         Post-Construction Phase – estimated completion 10/19/2021