Water Treatment Plant

Dothan-city leaders have approved plans to close a waste treatment plant in order to double the size of another.

Commissioners approved to give almost 3-million dollars to the project which will eventually lead to a larger project that will cost between 30 and 35-million dollars.

Federal government authorities said the water flow at Beaver Creek needed to be lowered to improve water quality.

One plant will be de-commissioned while the capacity of another will be doubled.

Leaders say they have not totally excluded using some of the sales tax increase to fund the project.

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  • by Patriot Location: Dothan on Aug 29, 2007 at 11:08 AM
    WATCH OUT!!! The mayor and his cronies are looking to stick their hand in your pocket again and steal more of your hard earned monies.
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