The Commissioners of the Northern Kentucky Water District will meet in regular session pursuant to law and the rules of said commission on the 3rd Thursday of the month at 12:30 pm for calendar year 2013. All meetings will be held at 2835 Crescent Springs Road, Erlanger, Kentucky 41018, Conference Room 1.
Beginning in July 2013, residents around our Fort Thomas Treatment Plant North Reservoir may notice the Northern Kentucky Water District's (NKWD) dredging effort to remove sediment that has accumulated in the reservoir over the years. Residents may notice a lot of large hoses in our reservoir that are part of the dredging operation. Water is stored in the reservoir after it is pumped from the Ohio River. While the raw water is being stored, solids settle out and accumulate on the bottom. This is a continuation of the District's 2006 efforts and will likely be a continuing effort. It is important to remove these solids because they can reduce the storage capacity of the reservoir and it is important to keep the intake piping clear for an uninterrupted supply of water to our treatment plant. In order to have the least amount of impact on surrounding residents, NKWD elected not to drain the reservoir at this time for cleaning..
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