From The Denver Post (Monte Whaley):
The site is just west of U.S. 85 and Weld County Road 2 and was purchased by the district this year for $12 million. Officials say the new plant will treat between 22 million and 26 million gallons of water per day for at least a decade when it opens in the fall of 2015. Construction is set to start next spring.
The new plant will eliminate seven lift stations in seven neighborhoods and the need for complicated and expensive repairs to existing plants.
More wastewater coverage here.