Dunwoody residents get details on DeKalb’s watershed issues (GA)

/ Owner - June 10, 2024

DeKalb officials told the Dunwoody Homeowners Association at its June 9 meeting that $520 million has been invested in the county’s water treatment system since 2017, but it is still antiquated and fragile.  Maria Houser, the director of the county’s Capital Improvement Plan and Environmental Compliance, said significant achievements in the past seven years include improvements to the plant itself, the development and completion of the first phase of a master plan that will run through the year 2050, and 91 miles of water mains either rehabilitated or upsized. It’s estimated that fixing the entire system will cost more than $4.4 billion.   Read the article…………………………….

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