Walhalla water fund growing!

October 16, 2013
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A fund restricted to Walhalla’s effort to acquire a new water source is growing. Outside auditor Jason White says the account balance, at the close of the city’s fiscal year June 30, stood at $1,435,627.00. The original principal was received by Walhalla in 2007 as part of a deal between the city and conservationists that protected 440 acres on the mountain from development. The money has never been drawn because the project remains only a goal, though Mayor Edwards and a Duke vice president recently exchanged letters about the potential for a Walhalla raw water intake on Lake Keowee.

 

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