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Elkins Council wants to see more from Chapman

October 1, 2010
By ANTHONY GAYNOR, Staff Writer

With a water treatment plant in need of repairs only three years since its last emergency fix, Elkins Council members say they want to see more progress from the engineering firm they hired to correct the city's water issues. Council members voiced their displeasure Thursday about the progress of Chapman Technical Group, and Councilman Rob Beckwith, 1st Ward, even threatened to make a motion to void Chapman's contract if no progress is observed on the $28 million new water treatment plant and distribution system upgrades.

 
 

 

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