More on the new water tank for the East End

09/19/2012 6:15 AM by

The Department of Public Utilities (DPU) is proposing to replace the existing Church Hill Water Storage Tank located at 714 North 30th Street (between 29th and 30th and M and N Streets). Attached is a brief summary concerning the project and replies to “Frequently Asked Questions” about the project. (PDF) The existing Church Hill Tank is approximately 58 years old and is used to store drinking water, which is then distributed to the Church Hill service area through the Church Hill Pump Station at the same location.

Conceptual design of the replacement tank is on-going. DPU staff and Greeley and Hansen staff would be delighted to meet with your neighborhood group to make a presentation on the proposed project and to answer questions posed by the group. If the group is interested in a presentation, please let us know your preferred dates, time, and venue for the presentation. For your information, we are currently scheduled to make a presentation to the Church Hill Association at St. Johns Church on September 18, 2012. This meeting is scheduled to begin at 7:00 PM. Members of your group interested in the project may wish to attend the meeting on the 18th.

If you have any questions concerning the proposed tank replacement project, please call me at normal business hours at the number listed below (804/204-2411). You may also contact DPU’s Project Manager, Ms Janice Bailey (804/646-8448).



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