From the Aurora Sentinel (Aaron Cole):
According to Greg Baker, spokesman for the city’s water department, much of the city’s current sewage and water pipes are ending their 50-year life cycle within the next 10 years, and may need significant maintenance. “They all have aging infrastructure,” he said. “We’re coming up on a perfect storm in 10 years.”
That perfect storm includes aging sewer mains underneath the city’s streets, as well as other delivery systems within the city.
More infrastructure coverage here.