Oconee Co schedules forum for planned expansion of water plant

“The meeting will attempt to identify public preferences for alternative methods of improving the County’s wastewater treatment facilities”

Oconee County schedules a public meeting to talk about plans to expand the Calls Creek water plant. It will be held on June 14.

From the Oconee Co government website…

The Oconee County Water Resources Department will hold a public meeting on the proposed expansion of the Calls Creek Water Reclamation Facility on Tuesday, June 14, 2022, in the Community Room at Oconee Veterans Park located at 3500A Hog Mountain Road, Watkinsville, 30677, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

The purposes of the public meeting are to:

1) Inform the public of the need for improvements to the County’s wastewater system.

2) To comply with Section 391-3-6-.02 of Georgia’s Water Quality Control Rules (and amendments thereto).

3) To encourage public involvement in the development of a plan to improve the wastewater system.

The public meeting will attempt to identify public preferences for alternative methods of improving the County’s wastewater treatment facilities. These alternatives will be evaluated and included in the County’s Environmental Information Document.

Public participation is considered essential to the selection and development of the final plan to be adopted prior to its approval by the State of Georgia, Department of Natural Resources.

Tim Bryant

Tim Bryant

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