Tuesday, December 20, 2005


Underground advance of sewer lines

Four years ago, the long arm of Warner Robins began snaking southward through the earth in the form of new sewer lines, until its grip settled onto tiny, unincorporated Bonaire.
Creeping in from the northwest, the lines gradually picked up schools and houses in the now semi-rural community clustered around the intersection of Ga. 96 and Ga. 247.

That likely was inevitable: Bonaire's stingy clay-packed soil won't absorb the byproducts produced by septic tanks, making the promise of a Warner Robins sewer connection a luxury normally unavailable to area residents.

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