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Cloudy drinking water may be seen in Mesa through end of year

MESA, Ariz. — Mesa residents living in the area north of Baseline Road, between Val Vista Drive and the Loop 101 freeway, may notice their drinking water looking cloudy or milky in the coming months. The city said its Val Vista Water Treatment Plant will be undergoing maintenance this month...
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Banks Arkansas Water Notice

There will be a public meeting on September 28, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. at the Banks Missionary Baptist Church for the purpose of sharing information regarding the Southeast Bradley County Water District’s plan to serve all Banks area water customers. Representatives from the District and PMI engineers will present information regarding the project and answer questions. All customers of the Banks water system are invited to attend.
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DNR announces Ladysmith is a SDWLP applicant, seeking public comments

MADISON, Wis. (WEAU) - The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is announcing the City of Ladysmith is an applicant for funding through the Safe Drinking Water Loan Program (SDWLP). According to a release from the Wisconsin DNR, the funding is intended to address deficiencies in its public drinking water and...

Nevada town doesn’t have much, but it has lots of water

There isn’t much in Cal-Nev-Ari besides a cluster of homes, some businesses and an unpaved airstrip. But the town’s new dominant property owner believes the desert outpost might have something else: an underground river of sorts that doesn’t run dry. Jerry Tyler, president of mining firm Heart of Nature, told...

Congresswoman Miller Announces Over $3.1 Million to Upgrade Southern West Virginia Clean Water Systems

WEST VIRGINIA (LOOTPRESS) – Congresswoman Carol Miller (R-WV) today announced two grants from the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) to upgrade and expand southern West Virginia clean water systems. These projects will extend clean water service to over 200 businesses and 3,400 households. “These grants are two significant steps forward in...

#HeadsUp: Waterline testing conducted in Hudson

This #headsup is brought to you by Bailey’s Tire and Auto Service. (Hudson, WY) – The Town of Hudson has had an issue with the blowing out of sprinkler systems, which has recently caused some air to enter the residential water system, according to a post on the town Facebook page.

Oakland lowers millage rate, sets $28M budget

The Oakland Town Commission is lowering its millage rate for the Fiscal Year 2021-22 budget following a pandemic year in which they cautiously kept the rate the same. The elected officials approved a tentative budget of $27,762,534 and set the tentative millage rate at 6.4 at a workshop and public hearing held Sept. 13. The final public hearing and vote will take place at the Sept. 28 Town Commission meeting.

New Garden residents respond to Aqua's proposed rate increase

Photo by Richard L. Gaw Margo Woodacre, a resident in the Harrogate North development in New Garden Township, spoke out against Aqua Pennsylvania Wastewater, Inc.’s proposed wastewater rate increase, at the township’s Board of Supervisors meeting on Sept. 20. Staff Writer. On June 29, 2017, the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission...

Boil water notice rescinded in Whitehouse

WHITEHOUSE — The city of Whitehouse has rescinded a boil water notice for homes located on Karla Drive, Cheryl Street, Merri Lane, Candice Drive, Candice Court, South Rainbow Drive, and the 900-1400 blocks of East Main. The notice was issued Friday due to a drop in water pressure caused when a contractor damaged the water system while working in the area. Officials say city crews responded immediately to close valves and restore service to as many homes as possible. Outside contractors arrived to help city crews repair damage to the water system.

Parish Council approves water system projects to submit for funding assistance, focuses on improving water for Parish residents

Council Member Attendance by Telephonic Conference. At its Sept. 20 meeting the Natchitoches Parish Council approved Resolutions 37, 38, 39 and 40 of 2021 for committing certain matching funds in connection with the application of Sandy Point 480, Creston, and Chestnut-Readhimer Water Systems; and Sabine Parish Waterworks District No. 1 for project funding from the State of Louisiana’s Water Sector Program.

DNR seeking comments on Ladysmith, Greenwood water projects

MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has announced that the cities of Ladysmith and Greenwood are applicants for funding through the Safe Drinking Water Loan Program. The proposed Ladysmith project, intended to address deficiencies in its public drinking water and wastewater systems, would include replacing existing water system...
Monterey County Herald

Monterey Peninsula water officials OK costs for repeated studies

MONTEREY — The Monterey Peninsula water district will be spending more than $400,000 to repeat analyses required by an intergovernmental board before it can move ahead with acquiring the assets of California American Water Co. Monday’s unanimous vote by the board of directors of the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District...