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(AUDIO) West Point City Council hears Update on Water Issue, discussion about New Swimming Pool

(AUDIO) West Point City Council hears Update on Water Issue, discussion about New Swimming Pool

The West Point City Council met in regular session at the Nielsen Center Tuesday night. City Administrator Tom Goulette updates KTIC News on the Water Treatment Plant and Water Main Project.

Goulette says the hope is to see this within the next two weeks.

Goulette also discussed what the warmer weather means for work being done.

Also at the meeting, construction of a new swimming pool in town was discussed on behalf of the Park Board.

Goulette said.

Also at the meeting, “No Parking” on portions of Grove Street was discussed, and the Council left it as is, but opted to move the No Parking Sign back 40 feet from the Sidewalk on Niphon and Colfax Streets, according to Goulette.

Click here to listen to Interview with Goulette 

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