November 27, 2013 2:51 PM
Slowly but surely It's not easy to drill a 915-foot hole – it takes weeks of cold, wet, muddy work. "You have to go slow to get it straight," says Madison Water Utility design and construction engineer Dennis Cawley. "You don't drill rock out fast." The slow process is almost … [read more]
Label: Serving the Community
Tags: Madison Water Utility, new well, projects, southeast, sustainability, water supply, well 31
February 25, 2014 11:26 AM
"A huge impact" Every single water customer pays it, but you won't see it on a bill. It's called PILOT, or "Payment in Lieu of Taxes," and the charge comprises about 16% of a customer's water payment each billing cycle. "We really need to start talking about this, because it's … [read more]
Tags: Common Council, main breaks, projects, Water Board, water quality, water supply
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