KENDALLVILLE — For the next 50-plus years, Kendallville residents shouldn’t have to worry about what happens when they flush their toilets, run their dishwashers or washing machines or empty their bath tubs.

In celebrating the city’s completed $6.5 million wastewater treatment plant upgrade, the city now has plenty of room to handle all of what its citizens put down the drain.

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