As of 2/20/24: Funding is also being sought for a sewer main rehabilitation project using cured in-place pipe (CIPP). CIPP is a process for trenchless rehabilitation and restoration of existing pipes. It is often utilized in preference to replacement of existing pipes, because it drastically reduces overall disturbance and costs compared to reconstruction. The objective is to eliminate infiltration of groundwater into the pipe network by sealing leaking joints and other imperfections. This, in turn, reduces the long-term costs of wastewater treatment through the reduction of extraneous flows into the collection and conveyance system.