Lampman recently held a council meeting and there were a number of projects on the agenda.
"The main topic was we need quite a few repairs on our water treatment plant," explained Greg Wallin, Town Administrator. "And we authorized the repairs to go ahead for the treatment plant."
In addition to that project, Lampman is also building a new sewage lagoon.
"The lagoon is moving forward. We're just in the process of doing the subdivision. Hopefully, in the next couple months, we'll be tendering out for the work."
He added that budget discussions will be on March 7th.
"Budget-wise it's going to be a tough year for the town. We've got very large expenses being incurred by the trouble with the water plant and building the lagoon."
"Now we have to look at different options on how we're going to raise some money for these projects."
There is a grant that is being used for the lagoon that is paid equally by the town, provincial government and federal government.
"As far as the water plant, we haven't been able to look at anything for that yet."
Lampman has been under a water advisory since January 30th.