Yoder, however, received a call Tuesday from Glen Oaks' president David Devier.
told Yoder the college was "going to go their own way."
said the college has long been pursuing a path to determine whether it has enough capacity to continue its current method of wastewater treatment, or if it should consider other alternatives.
"As this idea unfolded, Pat Yoder put out a request to various folks that might be impacted by this, and he didn't get much response ... it was lukewarm at best," Devier
said, the college decided to simply move forward with the situation on its own.
It has engaged with an engineering company and it is reviewing the college's lagoon system.
"They're taking a look at what we need to do, what we may need to do, or we may not need to do anything at all," Devier
"So, at this point, I think the idea of extending wastewater treatment to this part of the township is still out there maybe on the horizon someday, who knows?
But we're convinced that we can probably deal with what we have here at the moment.
Page 2 of 2 - "I see it as just one of those ideas that was floated out there and now just wasn't its time," Devier