Updated:TEGA CAY, S.C. —
Tega Cay town leaders will discuss plans to buy out a troubled utility company Monday.
On Sunday, crews blamed a grease blockage for another sewage overflow in Tega Cay, and people that live there have complained about the water service for years.
There were 49 sewage spills in 2013 alone.
Officials blame heavy rain and the water company has not been able to find a permanent solution to the problem.
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