WHO 

  • Dan Duchniak, General Manager of Waukesha Water Utility
  • Project team members of the Great Water Alliance
  • Residents and business leaders in Franklin, Muskego, and New Berlin

WHAT            

  • Open houses allow residents to learn more about the Great Water Alliance program, review return flow alternative routes, and discuss construction expected to begin in early 2020 with completion in 2023.

WHEN & WHERE

  • FRANKLIN: Tuesday, June 27: 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Hunger Task Force Farm, 9000 S. 68th Street
  • MUSKEGO: Wednesday, June 28: 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Muskego High School, Room 243, W185S8750 Racine Avenue
  • NEW BERLIN: Thursday, June 29: 5:30-7:30 p.m. at New Berlin Public Library, Community Room, 15105 W. Library Lane

WHY

  • Providing an opportunity for residents to review information and offer comments, learn more about why Waukesha is making use of Lake Michigan as its drinking water source, and how the highly treated water will improve the health of the Root River.

 

About the Great Water Alliance
The Great Water Alliance will provide the City of Waukesha’s citizens with a safe, sustainable, and environmentally responsible source of drinking water. The Great Water Alliance also is a model for regional cooperation among neighboring communities. For more information, log on to http://greatwateralliance.com. Sign up to stay informed of program updates.

 

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Media contact:
Dan Duchniak, P.E.
Waukesha Water Utility
(262) 409-4440 office / (262) 352-5142 cell
dduchniak@waukesha-water.com

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