From the Delta County Independent (Kathy Browning):
The two water storage tanks for the Town of Crawford have been inspected, cleaned, maintained and repaired. The tanks were never drained. The work was done June 5-7. Bruce Bair, public works director, told the town council on June 2 that the work for the repairs would take just three days instead of the estimated three and a half days. That realized a $1,000 savings for the town. Inland Potable Services of Centennial, Colorado, did all the work. The original estimate for maintenance and repairs was $10,325. The final bill was just $9,350.
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