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Township Board Study Session

BOARD OF TRUSTEES STUDY SESSION
Monday, January 23, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.
Grosse Ile Township Hall, 9601 Groh Road
TOPICS:
1. Recreation
2. Policies and Procedures Manual
3. Emergency Response Plan

Update on Great Lakes Water Authority - Downriver Communities

January 16, 2017

"Taste and odor are associated with a spike in turbidity in the source water. When taste and odor issues were raised in a number of downriver communities, the Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) expanded its testing, increasing the number of samples being taken at the Southwest Water Treatment Facility (which serves the communities affected) and within the distribution system. Results of this increased testing have all shown that the water meets the EPA's Safe Drinking Water Act regulatory standards and is safe.
Great Lakes Water Authority
http://www.glwater.org/water-quality-update-downriver-communities/

 

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Great Lakes Water Authority Q & A's

1. What is causing the taste and odor issues?Taste and odor are associated with a spike in turbidity in the source wate

The Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) is still investigating the situation to determine cause. Our primary focus is on correction, and an investigation is being done to determine cause and future corrective measures, if appropriate

GLWA is committed to providing water of unquestionable quality, which includes taste and odor. We are ensuring that quality now, and are taking all appropriate steps to discover what caused this and mitigate the situation for relief to our customers.

 

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Great Lakes Water Authority Update

January 15, 2017 9:01 p.m.: "The Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) recognizes downriver residents' concerns regarding water taste and odor issues. The Authority wants to assure our customer communities that it is committed to providing water of unquestionable quality. The GLWA continuously tests the water it produces to ensure that it meets regulatory standards. When taste and odor issues were raised in a number of downriver communities, GLWA expanded its testing, increasing the number of samples being taken at the Southwest Water Treatment Facility, which serves these communities. Results of this scaled up testing reinforce that regulatory water standards are being achieved, and that the water is safe." Cheryl Porter, COO, GLWA

Commissioners Wanted

“The Grosse Ile Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission (BPAC) is seeking new commissioners. Interested individuals should attend the BPAC study session on 1/17 at 7:30pm.
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