Articles in Pioneer
Although a local water district held nominations for two board of directors seats on Thursday, customers know the nominees for only one.
A day ahead of a nomination meeting for a local water district’s board of directors, a board member whose seat is up for re-election told The Journal he would continue serving if customers support him but will “be fine” if his seat goes to someone else.
Without ruling on a request for a local water district to stop construction of a multi-million-dollar water treatment plant, a judge set a trial date of Aug. 28 to hear arguments over whether or not the plant is legal.
Pioneer Rural Water District filed a complaint Wednesday claiming Oconee County, the cities of Seneca and Westminster and the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority “are unlawfully attempting to prevent” Pioneer from building a proposed $19 million water treatment plant.