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Maintaining the water and wastewater system for our town is perhaps the most important responsibility of our Public Works Department.

Drinking water must be filtered, disinfected and cleaned in accordance to the U.S. Department of Environmental Protection Agencies guidelines, but it is impossible to remove a certain amount of very fine sand and dirt. These particles in no way make the water unsafe for drinking or household use, however if they are allowed to continually build up in the system's water mains, it will cause damage to the pipes and make the customer's water look cloudy or dirty.

By flushing our Town's fire hydrants our Public Works can:

  • Keep the water clean and free of particles, such as very fine sand and dirt
  • Ensure the hydrant itself is in good and proper working order
  • Test hydrant flow which helps to determine the homeowner's insurance rating and the need for system improvements
  • Prevent corrosion build up in the water mains

 

David Robinette, Public Works Director

Brian Eades, Wastewater Plant Operator

Kelly Pennell, Water Department

Dennis Pennell, Water Department

Warren Miller, Sewer Department

Darren Weaver, Sewer Department

William Jordan, Maintenance Department

Luke Robinette, Solid Waste Department

Jimmy Chapman, Community Service Program / Inmate Supervisor

Danny Moretz, Inmate Supervisor


     
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