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Following suit with the cities of Seneca and Westminster a day earlier, Oconee County Council moved Friday to take legal action to halt the building of a $19 million water treatment plant by Pioneer Rural Water District.
The city councils of Seneca and Westminster moved Thursday to take legal action to halt the construction by the Pioneer Rural Water District of a $19 million water treatment plant that they believe violates the district’s charter.
A local state legislator has expressed concern Pioneer Rural Water District did not follow the law requiring it to provide for an independent audit of a proposed $19 million water treatment plant.
By Justin Lee Campbell
SENECA — An oversight body charged with monitoring Pioneer Rural Water District’s spending on capital projects recommended it consider downsizing a proposed $19 million water treatment plant after assessing a state-mandated …
Pioneer Rural Water District’s general manager says constructing a planned $19 million water treatment plant is not based on future growth despite analysis from one Oconee County official suggesting the numbers for the project don’t add up otherwise.
Oconee County footed a water bill of more than $2,300 this month from the Pioneer Rural Water District to maintain a minimum flow through its pump station at the Golden Corner Commerce Park near Fair Play.