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Posted on: July 10, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Water Works sees reduction in city water usage

City Water Tower at Yancey Parker Industrial Park.

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BY SAVANAH WEED sweed@eprisenow.com

Jul 10, 2020

The Enterprise Water Works Board met Wednesday at City Hall to

discuss several items of business, including updates on phase two of

the water main replacement and several new wells, the unrevenued

water loss and the financial report.

Field Superintendent Alan Mahan and city of Enterprise Consulting

Engineer Glenn Morgan said phase two of the water main

replacement is about 25 percent complete. Work in areas around

Navaho Drive and Iroquois Drive are almost finished, and Mohawk

Street is complete. With the amounts of rain lately slowing progress,

Morgan said a third crew could be added if necessary.

Regarding the new bypass well, the bypass tank and the new well on

Hwy 167, work “hopefully” will begin later this month. There are

ongoing discussions with the company contracted to dig out the space


Photo: Water tower at Yancey Parker Industrial Park. City of Enterprise photo by Kay Kirkland

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