BRIDGE CITY WATER INFORMATIONAL ITEMS:
City took 2 more samples and results were far below TCEQ requirements.
City still waiting to hear from TCEQ regarding the 30-day Pilot Program.
A fire hydrant was run over causing brown water. Flushing was done immediately and lines should be clean.
Project on Hwy 408 Water Tank is nearing completion.
TCEQ sent two people to take samples at the well sites in
preparation to start up the 30-day Pilot Program. City is waiting on information from TCEQ
to start up filters.
Small dirty water issue was due to two fires and a water
main break. Lines have been flushed and
cleaned up. Anyone with stained water
should call City Hall and City staff will flush area.
Romero Well has been televised and some problem areas were
found. Waiting on solutions from well
contractor. Should have information by
first of next week.
First set of quarterly test results have been received, and
they were all good.
SEPTEMBER 28, 2016 UPDATE
State came out Monday and did sampling. City is waiting on approval from TCEQ to start the 30-day pilot study on the filtration process.
Romero well has been televised and have located possible problems. A meeting will be held with the well people later in week to discuss areas and possible solutions.
Mr. Jones, City Manager, along with representatives from Action Civil Engineers and Filtronics, met with Texas Commission on Environmental Quality on Wednesday, September 21, 2016. The outcome of the meeting is as follows:
TCEQ is requiring a 30-day pilot study on the filtration process and additional sample tests at each well. At the end of the 30 day pilot, if any corrections are needed they will be made and the filtration project will be permitted.
ROBERT BOWCOCK - CONTACT INFORMATION
Integrated Resource Management, Inc.
NEXT CITY COUNCIL MEETING
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 2016
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and click on "Meeting Agendas & Minutes"
NOTICE OF 2016 TAX YEAR
ADOPTED PROPERTY TAX RATE
FOR THE CITY OF BRIDGE CITY,
On September 20, 2016 the City of Bridge City, Texas Adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year's tax rate.
The tax rate will effectively be raised by 5.68percent and will raise taxes for maintenance and operations on a $100,000 home by approximately $21.56.
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