Articles in Pioneer
Former Pioneer Rural Water District employee Ryan Hix is challenging Mark Holbrooks for his seat as District 1 representative on the Pioneer board of directors.
Pioneer Rural Water District customers could see a change in water rates due to legal fees from a closed court case involving its multimillion-dollar water treatment plant.
After spending more than half a million dollars on litigation defending the construction of a multimillion-dollar water treatment plant, Pioneer Rural Water District general manager Terry Pruitt has no regrets.
Seneca city administrator Greg Dietterick confirmed on Monday the city of Seneca will not appeal a recent decision by Judge R. Lawton McIntosh to deny a request for an injunction against a local water district’s construction of a $21 million water treatment plant.
The Pioneer Rural Water District treatment plant under construction by Harper Corporation is nearly halfway finished.
Seneca city administrator Greg Dietterick blasted a judge’s ruling denying requests to stop construction of a multi-million-dollar water treatment plant by a local water district.
Judge R. Lawton McIntosh ruled in Pioneer Rural Water District’s favor on Thursday when he denied a request to stop construction of a $21.4 million water treatment plant.
The plaintiffs in a legal battle with Pioneer Rural Water District over construction of a water treatment plant concluded their post-trial brief by claiming Pioneer broke state law when it entered into a $17 million contract with a construction company.
Attorneys for Pioneer Rural Water District filed a post-trial memorandum on Monday claiming “imperfections” in a notice for a 2013 audit on the proposal of a new water treatment plant do not invalidate the audit or justify an injunction against construction.