City receives booster chlorination project funding

The city has received the $3.2 million Public Works Board low-interest loan for its booster chlorination system project and will pay back this award over 20 years at a 0.89% interest rate. The new system is an essential infrastructure component, allowing the city to adjust residual chlorine levels within its water distribution system, according to the city. The competitive loan was awarded to the city in the fall of 2022.