PSJ commissioners debate pilot study

Published: Friday, November 30, 2012 at 09:51 AM.

The NWFWMD board is to take up a request for at least $65,000 in funds to rehabilitate the Chipola Pump Station that helps push the surface water to the city. The city has budgeted for those improvements, city manager Jim Anderson said, and if the NWFWMD – which had approached CDM about fixing the water quality issues in Port St. Joe – approves the city’s request the funds for the study would be available.

“This is our effort to leave no rocks unturned in trying to figure out how to improve the water quality,” Anderson said.

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