From the Craig Daily Press (Collin Smith):
On Monday, City Engineer Bill Earley notified Cortez-based Southwest Contracting that the company could start work at the plant to fix the problems with its raw water and backwash pumps whenever it’s ready. The go-ahead came two months after the City Council decided to follow recommendations given by Denver-based Tetra Tech, the engineering firm hired for an $8 million upgrade at the plant. The city plans to pay $70,380, which includes installing new computer control systems for each group of pumps, as well as $20,000 to rebuild two raw water pumps that have been damaged.
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