Elkhart, Ind. Elkhart's City Council has failed to override the mayor's veto of the city's new sewer ordinance.
The original ordinance passed 5-4, but the council needed six votes for it to be veto proof. The ordinance would have meant businesses outside the city limits would pay a 15 percent surcharge for sewer services.
Moore says it doesn't stand up legally and could cause funding problems for the city. The council voted again last night on a veto override, but it failed 5-3.
Moore plans to introduce another ordinance to the council in the coming months.