Projects commence at Seneca treatment plant

January 15, 2014

Some residents of Seneca’s Normandy Shores back up to the city’s water plant at the end of the lake peninsula. And relations between the two—the city and the homeowners—haven’t always been hunky-dory. But last night the president of the Normandy homeowners’ group, Phil Lane, paid a call to City Hall to publicly thank utilities superintendent Bob Faires for an effort Faires made to make the homeowners aware of water plant improvement projects now getting underway. One is a change in the process of disinfection. No longer will the city rely on the use of chlorine gas as a disinfectant.

 

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