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FREEMAN: Business alliance backs pumping station proposal

As Waukesha Water Utility officials prepare for a public hearing on their request to construct a pumping station and two nine-gallon reservoir tanks at the southeastern edge of Minooka Park, the Waukesha County Business Alliance is urging New Berlin city officials to show regional cooperation by supporting the project.

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Presentations

Waukesha Water Utility wants you to understand why it is important for our community to secure a Lake Michigan water supply. That’s why we’ve made several recent presentations available for review.

Prequalification Meeting Presentation Download
UMC 2019 Facts, Science, and Common Sense Download
2018 WI-AWWA Navigating New Waters Download
2017 Root River Council Download

Partner Communities

Our efforts to bring a safe and sustainable water supply to Waukesha wouldn’t be possible without the collaboration and cooperation of our neighboring communities. Up-to-date information about how the new program may affect your community throughout the process will be shared here on our website, as well as in our e-newsletter.

  • Waukesha

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  • West Allis
  • Milwaukee

  • Greenfield

  • New Berlin

For program information regarding Waukesha, Milwaukee and New Berlin, follow the links below.

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Great Water Alliance welcomes your thoughts and opinions as we work towards improved water quality in the City of Waukesha, the Root River, and the Lake Michigan Basin.

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