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(AUDIO) Update given on Water Issue, Water Rate Study Review done at West Point City Council Meeting | KTIC Radio

(AUDIO) Update given on Water Issue, Water Rate Study Review done at West Point City Council Meeting

(AUDIO) Update given on Water Issue, Water Rate Study Review done at West Point City Council Meeting

The West Point City Council was updated on the City’s ongoing water issue at Tuesday night’s meeting. City Administrator Tom Goulette has the latest.

Goulette says the city is in the process of talking with the control people that set up the controls and everything for the water system in its entirety as well as integrating the Layne controls on the filters into that system.

Andrew Ross of NMPP Energy spoke before the Council as it pertains to a Water Rate Study Review.

Goulette said.

Goulette says the Council will see the entire rate structure on an individual basis in March.

Also at Tuesday night’s meeting, the Council elected Jerry Hugo as Council President and appointed Statutory City Officers as well as Council Standing Committees. Goulette says there were no changes.

Hugo was nominated by Rusty Smith, and the motion was seconded by Ryan Penrose.

Goulette says yield signs will be placed on Farragut Street on the intersection with Grove Street.

Goulette adds the February City Council meeting was moved to Thursday, February 6th.

Click here to listen to Interview with Goulette 

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