Lindsay council to hear update on water rate, feasibility studies
An update on the water rate and feasibility study is on tap for Tuesday night’s Lindsay City Council meeting. According to Mike Camarena, city services director, a meeting with various city employees including the mayor, city manager and city services director was held in July where subjects, including the water supply, were discussed. What resulted was an overall evaluation of the city’s water system which is made up of the production, the supply and how the water is dispersed by Provost and Pritchard. A model of the city’s water system was also made.
Since then a phone conference with Bartle Wells, a sub-consultant, was held wherein a request was received by city staff for financial information including three years of audits and three years of budgets. The information has been submitted. The time frame for these projects is from Jul to January/February 2013.
Other items to be discussed include:
- The probable cost on street projects by Mike Camarena, city services director.
- The Tulare Expressway/ Highway 65 realignment project presented by Bill Zigler, city planner.
The council is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 251 E. Honolulu St.