Nick Komives, Council Member At-Large

Komives Ensures Transparency and Access
for Contract Communities

Council Member Komives joined members of the Sylvania City Council, and Mayor Stough as they toured the City’s Collins Park Water Treatment plant on Thursday, September 20.  Members were treated to a hardhat &sensible shoes tour of all phases of water treatment that take place at Collins Park. Members were able to see the inner workings of the plant including the scope of plant-wide improvements— improvements to basins 7&8—which are still under construction. The Plant which was originally built in 1950s will have been completely retrofitted at the end of the renovations project which must be fully completed by 2023. “It is important to me that every contract community has access to the plant to quell any concerns or questions that might exist—as we go through the first step of finalizing the regional water agreement,” Komives said. “Full transparency shows contract communities that we have listened to their concerns and plan to address them in this new world of a truly regional water system.”  Contract Communities have until mid October to sign-on to the agreement which includes a Board of water professionals from each community who will determine rates and practices of regional water going forward.

WTOL story by Emma Henderson regarding the tour


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