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Council to consider water disinfection evaluation


March 07, 2006

Ketchikan, Alaska - A special Ketchikan City Council meeting is scheduled today to consider a presentation by CH2M-Hill regarding their evaluation of a potential municipal water supply disinfection program.

The Ketchikan City Council adopted a motion on August 04, 2005, directing General Manager Karl Amylon to enter into a contract with CH2M-Hill to evaluate a potential municipal water supply disinfection by-products reduction program using ammonia injection and ultraviolet light disinfection. Cost of the evaluation contract was not to exceed $78,000.

CH2M-Hill will present the results of their evaluation and recommended alternatives under new business to the City Council at the special meeting scheduled to begin at 7:00 pm in the City Council Chambers. There are no other items for consideration on the agenda.

The meeting is open to the public and there will be time for public testimony.


Related Information:

pdfDownload the 26 page Overview of the CH2M Presentation & Recommended Alternatives



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