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(AUDIO) West Point City Council Updated on Water Treatment Plant Project, Core Health Club coming to West Point | KTIC Radio

(AUDIO) West Point City Council Updated on Water Treatment Plant Project, Core Health Club coming to West Point

(AUDIO) West Point City Council Updated on Water Treatment Plant Project, Core Health Club coming to West Point

The West Point City Council met at the Nielsen Center Tuesday evening, and covered several key agenda items, including an update on the Water Treatment Plant Project. City Administrator Tom Goulette has the latest.

Leanne Ritter with Advanced Consulting Engineering Services says crews are working to Calibrate the controls in the Chemical Feed. She adds there is still work to do.

Ritter says some preliminary tests show the target number for the Manganese was .05.

Filter 1A was .041, 1B .027, 2A .031, and 2B .022.

The Council also approved funding for the Core Health Club. Goulette says Core Health Club will be a real asset to West Point.

Total project cost is nearly $400,000 with $100,000 the total amount of LB840 Funds requested.

The Council also approved Plans & Specifications and authorized going out for bids for Water & Sewer Extension 2020 to the Wilderness Ridge Subdivision.

Goulette said.

The Council set the date for the public hearing for the 2020-2021 budget as September 1st at 5:30 p.m.

Click here to listen to Interview with Goulette 

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