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Projects Update

Year-End Report /From the Executive Director — December 2017

  • Finished GEFA Projects – Eight (8) months early
  • GEFA total ft/miles – 123,950 ft / 23.47 miles
  • GEFA totals for Projects:
    • Black Road   2,480ft /   8” pipe
    • Cooley Woods Road   8,000ft /   8” pipe
    • Joe Black Road   7,500ft / 12” pipe

Total 2016                          17,980ft / 3.4 miles

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  • Total Waterline Extension for WCWA 2017
    • Joe Black Road   4,500ft / 12” pipe
    • Mill Creek (Bailey)   1,250ft /   2” pipe
    • Ed Lewis Road (Hwy 115)     500ft /   2” pipe
    • Ed Lewis Road (Stringer Rd)   1,000ft /   8” pipe
    • Tumble Weed      500ft /   2” pipe
    • Homestead Subdivision   1,000ft /   6” pipe
    • Hwy 75 S (Westmoreland Rd)   2,800ft /   6” pipe
    • Airport Road      940ft/    6” pipe
    • Gunn Circle      500ft/    2” pipe

Total 2017                          12,990ft/ 2.46 miles

Year-End Totals for 2017      12,990ft/ 2.46 miles                                                               

  • 82 water meters have been installed in 2017.
  • Over 2100 water meters were read in December 2017.
  • Repaired the In-Take Dam
  • Purchased the Booster Pump Station located at the Trails of Long Mtn Subdivision.

Goals 2018

White County Water Authority

  • Continue to research cost to connect Soloman / Post Road Well to WCWA water system
  • Install 2000 ft 6” water main in Robertstown for Center Baptist Church.
  • Install 2000 ft 6” water main on Dock Dorsey Road.
  • Continue to bring Trails of Long Mtn Booster Pump Station into compliance
  • Possibility of moving the Town Creek Booster Pump Station to Spring Crest Subdivision
  • Continue to maintain control of water loss.

Water Treatment Plant

  • Continue to work on capital improvement projects
  • Build a chemical storage building
  • If possible, clean out pond

 

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