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The city of Branson has agreed to terms connected with its membership in the Tri-Lakes Biosolids Coalition.
Aldermen have approved bills dealing with fee and lease schedules and what's expected from each member of the coalition.
Leaders in Branson, Hollister, Forsyth, Kimberling City and Taney County say they want to keep water safer.
One of four bills approved by Branson aldermen is one that allows Taney County to get the larger share of any grant money from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources that is to help fund operation of the drying facility.
Its to be built at the Cooper Creek waste water treatment plant.
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