Lee County Public Service Authority Projects

In the local news today is the latest information for the Lee County Public Service Authority regarding area projects;
The Fields – Project is now complete.
Frog Level II – Project has started.
Giles/Blackberry Hollow – Awaiting final funding announcement.
Maple Hill – Funding application has been submitted for this project. Awaiting final funding announcements.
St. Charles Tank – Project has started.
Blackwater Extensions – User agreements have been collected. Construction could start soon. Black Water secured a State Water Resources Control Board Drinking Water State Revolving Fund for construction of water pipeline extensions to consolidate out-of-service boundary mobile home parks with non-compliant water systems with a nearby compliant water system.
St. Charles Waterline Replacement Phase III – Funding has been awarded for project. The project will involve the replacement of selected segments of existing water distribution lines, generally along St. Rt. 352 and St. Rt. 636 in or near St. Charles.
According to the Environmental Working Group's collected data, there were two contaminants found above legal limits, three contaminants were below legal limits but above health guidelines. There were six additional contaminants found within health guidelines and legal limits, and one additional contaminant was test for but not found to be present.
St. Charles Water Authority in St. Charles, Virginia. Serves 2,300 people.
In some states a small percentage of tests were performed before water was treated, and some contaminants were subsequently removed or diluted. As a result, some reported levels of contamination may be higher than were present at the tap. Results shown are based on individual samples and may not indicate a violation of the Safe Drinking Water Act, which often occurs only after prolonged tests show concentrations above a legal limit.

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