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April Water Update

April Water Update

April 23, 2018 news,Uncategorized

April 2018 Update: Several things are happening this month: We are continuing to move through the Resource Management/Use Permit process with the County Planning Department.  As the County continues to work on the necessary environmental documents for our projects approval, we are in the midst of sorting out whether an […]

April 2018 Update:

Several things are happening this month:

  • We are continuing to move through the Resource Management/Use Permit process with the County Planning Department.  As the County continues to work on the necessary environmental documents for our projects approval, we are in the midst of sorting out whether an archaeological survey will be required to make sure we are not disturbing any historical/cultural artifacts that may be present nearby.  The project was designed to have no such impacts, but the County may seek another layer of confirmation of such.
  • Above is a picture of the shipping container that will house the treatment equipment.  For an overview of what the area will look like, head on over to our March update.  We are well on our way to completing it in the coming month.  You can see the structure on our facility now below the Siden Conference Center (near the trailhead of ‘A’ trail).  Mainly, the work now consists of electrical and plumbing in the interior of the structure.
  • We are continuing to raise funds for this project and the ongoing ministry of the camp.  To donate, head here. Individual and church donations have so far covered nearly a third of the project, and we have secured funding for approximately another 50% of the project, so if you are able, consider donating and helping us close the last 15% or so that remains.
  • Save the Date:  We are making preparations for a dedication and tours of the new treatment plant at our 60th Anniversary Jubilee, July 14th, so please plan to join us; it should be a very special day as we commemorate 60 years along with the treatment plant dedication.
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