Water Treatment Plant
INDIANAPOLIS | A House committee approved legislation Thursday allowing Lowell, Winfield and similarly situated Indiana municipalities to annex their water or wastewater treatment facilities, even if the property is not contiguous to the rest of the community.
Lake Station's new water treatment plant, shown in this rendering by American Structurepoint, is part of a city plan to improve drinking water quality. The plant is expected to be in full operation in 2014.
Kara Boyles and Eric Horvath of American Structurepoint Inc. address a public hearing in Lake Station on March 15 to get feedback from residents in regard to planned multimillion-dollar improvements to the water plant. No residents attended.
Lake Station resident Jennifer Miller pulled out a dirty water filter during a February Lake Station City Council meeting about a proposed water hike.
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