Freeland Water, Sewer District updating plan

  • Tuesday, April 9, 2019 6:03pm
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Freeland Water and Sewer District is updating its comprehensive water plan.

The district updated its water system plan last October and has posted that draft on its website Freelandwsd.com

Pending approval of the plan by Washington Department of Health, the plan indicates Freeland will have sufficient water to meet anticipated growth for at least the next 20 years. The plan identifies current policies and some of the capital projects that may be undertaken in the years ahead.

A few sections of the draft are being expanded and a slightly revised plan will be posted on the district website by approximately April 8.

The district commissioners will discuss the plan at its regular meeting on April 10, and host a public meeting to discuss the plan on April 17. Both meetings will be held at 10 a.m. at the office of Whidbey Water Services, 5585 Lotto Ave., Freeland.

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