Tuesday, August 23, 2011

News to use for Lakewood Ranch residents

If you are a Lakewood Ranch resident, you probably have a complaint about water. Water pressure, maybe. Or being limited to one-day-a-week lawn irrigation while other county resident are allowed to water twice a week.

District supervisors talk frequently about water problems.

So, what's being done about it?

Officials  will conduct a presentation 2 p.m. today at Lakewood Ranch Town Hall to update the public on the status of the irrigation study being conducted by Azad Shah, of the engineering firm LPA Group, Inc.

The two-year study focuses on three major categories: metering and billing, infrastructure improvements, and water pressure, including water quality improvements.

The public is invited.

Also this week,  community development district supervisors have set public hearings Thursday, Aug. 25, at Town Hall for their 2012 budgets.


8 a.m. for District 4 (Greenbrook)

8:30 a.m. for District 1 (Summerfield-Riverwalk)

9 a.m. for District 2 (Country Club-Edgewater)

Again, the public is invited.

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