At their meeting this week, Napoleon city council reviewed specs for several construction projects coming up. Council approved the Lynne Avenue waterline replacement, with a price-tag of about $205,000.There were also plans reviewed for the yearly sewer cleaning program, which is ordered by the EPA. That cost is between $80 and $85,000.Napoleon Council also reviewed the CRA agreements for tax abatements around the city. The tax abatement for Rite Aid will be expiring, while others will expire due to change of ownership, including Petro, along with the S&G property along Scott Street. That parcel is now owned by the Main Stop, which had reported earlier they would get their project started this spring.