Newnan reservoirs are full; wastewater plant honored

by Alex McRae

By ALEX MCRAE
alex@newnan.com
Warm weather will soon be here to stay and Newnan Utilities is ready to meet additional water demand, with water reservoirs reported at 100 percent capacity.
The report was made at Friday’s meeting of Newnan Water, Sewerage & Light Commission.
It was also reported that Wahoo Creek wastewater treatment plant had been named plant of the year and that bar screen and switchgear specifications have been completed in advance of upgrades in those areas.
The composting program continues to be busy, with 51 loads of tree waste received in February.
The engineering department reported that tree trimming work is complete and work is continuing on site lighting at the West Georgia Technical College campus under construction on Turkey Creek Road.
The east side re-conducting project near Home Depot is complete and a re-conducting project on Turner Street is beginning.

It was also reported that net income and cash flow are favorable for the year and auditors will begin work the first week of April.



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