Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Detroit Water & Sewage to Hold Public Hearing for Sewage Project

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The Detroit Water and Sewerage Department will hold a public hearing regarding its draft Project Plan covering a proposed new Combined Sewer Overflow Control Facility. This will be built at the Puritan Outfall, which discharges into the Rouge River at a location that is in the Warrendale neighborhood.

DWSD will seek low interest loan from Michigan's Clean Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund in order to fund the construction of this new facility. This fund provides loans for construction of pollution control facilities to communities throughout Michigan.

The public hearing will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, June 27 in the 5th floor board room of the Water Board Building (735 Randolph). More information about this water project is available here.



Hello Detroit - Warrendale Blog readers:

How much did Detroit spend on the sewer project that was abandoned in Rouge Park ( W Outer Dr - N West Warren).

They put in hundred of yards of fencing, acres of stone and trailers, guards and then it was abandoned.
The fencing was taken down and the trailers were moved, leaving vacant ugly spots in the Park.

Detroit can not afford a construction project of any kind, it must be a regional effort.

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