Hey Born and Raised, this is what our Town Manager stated about the Wastewater Treatment Plant Dear Andrew used to be responsible for

Our Town Manager, Mr. Jones stated he is used to clean facilities and the Wastewater Treatment Plant is definitely not clean. The Gate Valves have no lubrication and all the residue is lost revenue to the Town. The Plant has been neglected and there is vulnerability and tears. It needs a Locck and Chain but the lock is out. There is no security nor surveillance. The Council asked our Town Manager to secure a quote for surveillance of some type and to make certain there is some type of night vision camera which Mr. Jones mentioned he would check on and had suggested. We need door alarms and cameras.

FIRE ENGINE GRANT MAY NOT BE ACCEPTED

We also have until the 25th to make a determination of what we should do with the USDA Grant. Initially Steve Stith stated we could pay for the balance over the $100,000 through the Money we received from Hamilton County for fighting fires in the County and other events, but the way it is, we receive no money and we cannot afford a new Fire Engine. This will be discussed at the November meeting.

Karin for the blog

2 Replies to “Hey Born and Raised, this is what our Town Manager stated about the Wastewater Treatment Plant Dear Andrew used to be responsible for

  1. Your taking the word of a convicted felon that is not and has not been certified to operate any type of plants in the state of Florida in 20 years! What a disgrace! Spend money on cameras since you even state the town is broke real winning ideas! There’s no reason for cameras unless your in big cities get a clue. All grants in the works will be lost mark my words with miller at the helm along with the felon! Mill street folks your whole street was in the works and would of been nice. Kendrick the same. The shelter on Mill Street it will all go by the way side! We shall see. Now after documentation and notification to the SAO and Governors office hopefully enough fraud on us tax payers in these weeks and coming will be enough to this place over to Hamilton County!

    1. We don’t need a new engine. The current “department” doesn’t use the one that’s there now. The old department had 3 and requested hardly any money.

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