Reservoir Project

In June, 2023, we received a Cultural Resource Assessment, posted below:

 

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In April, 2023 we received a Preliminary Engineering Report, posted below:

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Background Information

2018 tank inspections on Sandusky (#1) and Even’Down (#2) reservoirs:
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Water System Components – Expected Useful Life (Years)”
Delineates concrete storage tanks as having an expected useful life of 50 years.

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The below demonstrates previous plans to replace the Sandy Bubbles well at the top of the hill with a new well. This plan proved unfeasible as we were unable to obtain the needed easements from the property owners. A new well at the top of the hill, along with a new reservoir, would have eliminated the need to pump water uphill.
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