Posted from an e-mail sent out by city of Roswell staff.
Thank you for your continued interest as plans move forward with the design of the City’s new water treatment plant. Last month the City Council approved a contract with an engineering firm to design the new plant and direction was given to cast a “fresh set of eyes” on the proposed tank location to ensure citizen input was fully considered along with technical analysis.
We wanted to make you aware of ongoing opportunities for citizen input.
The January 28, 2013 City Council work session will be dedicated to a discussion of the latest findings and analysis of the recommended tank location options, including new ideas developed since the last public presentation. The January 28th meeting is from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Roswell City Hall, 38 Hill Street, Roswell GA 30075 in Room 220. Citizens are invited to attend and share their comments directly with the project team. If you’re unable to attend, please note that the revised concepts and information from the meeting will also be posted to the City’s website for your review,www.roswellgov.com/waterplant.
Input and comments will continue to be received until February 5, 2013. All of the findings and input will be presented at the February 12, 2013 Public Safety and Public Works Committee meeting for consideration by that body. A final decision on the tank location is expected to be made at the February 25, 2013 City Council meeting.
Questions or comments may also be mailed to:
Water Resources Manager
City of Roswell
38 Hill Street
Roswell, GA 30075
The community meeting on January 28th will focus primarily on the water treatment plant. Throughout the discussion of the water plant project, community members have expressed their interest in Waller Park and the desire to share input for its continued enhancement. Comments from the public will be taken concerning Waller Park following the discussion of the water treatment plant. Comment cards will also be available at the meeting for your input on both the water plant and the park.
Again, thank you for your interest in partnering with the City in this important endeavor. We encourage you to learn more and participate in the discussion.
Community Relations Manager
City of Roswell, GA