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Water system improvement project moves forward

Friday, August 26, 2011

The water system improvement project is moving forward and is on schedule according to Mayor Bradshaw.

The project is an all-encompassing improvement project that includes some pipe fixes and replacements, new water towers and treatment upgrades.

The committee, which includes Bradshaw, is working closely with the engineering group Hannum, Wagle and Cline Engineering (HWC), Terre Haute.

Bradshaw said that the improvements would be noticeable.

"Our water system is going to be so much better," Bradshaw said. "There will be so many improvements ... and we're pretty much on schedule."

Mayor Bradshaw said she wants people to know that some of the construction might create some not ideal situations, but that they will work to get things back to normal.

"I want people to know that anything that has been disrupted, like a yard or anything, that they will take care of those situations," Bradshaw said.

The mayor also said if residents have any questions or concerns to report they can call the office.

The last progress meeting for the water system took place Aug. 16, and the next meeting is scheduled for Sept. 20, at 9 a.m.

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Way to go, Mayor Bradshaw!!

-- Posted by Dagnabbit on Sun, Aug 28, 2011, at 11:32 PM

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