— Approximately 2,300 linear feet of water main will be installed along Lakeview Road, starting across from the new plant and running toward the casino, Garrigan said.
Previous work has helped meet water quality standards.
“The original water treatment plant process was not capable of consistently meeting EPA’s Disinfection By Products rule without the addition of carbon filters to the treatment system. Installation of rental carbon filters in June 2006 allowed for finished water to meet the regulations,” Garrigan said.
Besides the local legislative delegation, those invited to attend include Jim Harkins of the Maryland Environmental Service, and Department of Natural Resources and Rocky Gap Casino Resort officials.
The meeting is tentatively being planned for June 19.
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