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story.lead_photo.caption Helen Wilbers/FULTON SUNFulton Utilities Superintendent Darrell Dunlap said utilities — including water, sewer and electric systems — are going in now at the future municipal recreation center. The city hopes to open the $9 million facility in 2021. Dunlap gave an update on progress during Monday’s Utility Board meeting. Other news from the utility department include the installation of 10 meters at new homes in the Willow Creek subdivision and more progress on the Route O lift station rehabilitation project.

Fulton Utilities Superintendent Darrell Dunlap said utilities — including water, sewer and electric systems — are going in now at the future municipal recreation center.

The city hopes to open the $9 million facility in 2021. Dunlap gave an update on progress during Monday's Utility Board meeting.

Other news from the utility department include the installation of 10 meters at new homes in the Willow Creek subdivision and more progress on the Route O lift station rehabilitation project.

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