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3/21/2012 7:44:00 AM
Wastewater Plant to open Friday with ribbon cutting
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Map
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Map
Reception Map
Reception Map

Mayor Chris Marley, and Council of the Town of Chino Valley invite residents to attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a Solar Energy Project sponsored by the Governor's Office of Energy Policy.

A representative from the Governor's office will also be attending.

This event will take place at 2 p.m., Friday, March 23, at the Chino Valley Waste Water Treatment Plant at 2190 Rodeo Drive.

A reception will follow immediately at the Council Chambers, 202 N. Highway 89, in Chino Valley.




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Reader Comments

Posted: Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Article comment by: not what you think

This was a ribbon cutting for solar panels used to reduce the operation costs of the existing sewer plant . Solar panels are expected to save the town as much as $25k per year when built out. Many of the panels were donated and a grant was received for installation.

Posted: Friday, March 23, 2012
Article comment by: MIKE B.

KEN
WHEN YOU LIVE IN A SMALL TOWN YOU HAVE TO GET USED TO A DIFFERENT KIND OF POLITICS. IT'S CALLED THE MUSHROOM TREATMENT. THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL HAVE MASTERED THIS.


Posted: Thursday, March 22, 2012
Article comment by: Chino Newbie

Hey Ken I'm with you! I've lived in Chino for over a year (new to most of you) and this is the first I've heard. Waste Water Treatment plants are expensive, and operators are required to have different levels of licenses. Who IS going to run the plant?
As I've said before, it's hard to find out what's going on around here!


Posted: Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Article comment by: Ken Ingram

It appears that some of us have been left out of the loop of information of the construction and operation of the a new water treatment plant. Living off of Perkinsville Rd. & currently being a water treatment operations & maintenance operator this is the first article pertaining to a new treatment facility that I`ve been aware of. After continually checking the local job listing information for the County & surroundings areas this comes to be quite a surprise. I WONDER WHO IS GOING TO OPERATE & MAINTAIN THE NEW FACILITY??/



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