On November 30, a small group of select municipal officials and members of the press attended a groundbreaking at the corner of West Oklahoma Avenue and South 76th Street in Milwaukee, where a new pumping station will be built. The purpose of the event was to draw media and public attention to the start of construction.
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Presentations and Postings
It is important to understand why Waukesha must secure a Lake Michigan water supply, so we’ve made several presentations available. Program development has included many organizations, so we’ve also posted key approvals and permits.
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.
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For program information regarding your community, follow the links below.