A virtual public meeting is being held Aug. 3, 2020 at 6 p.m. to discuss San Antonio Water System’s proposed Highway 90 and General McMullen Pressure Zone Integration Project to replace and install approximately 9,500 feet of 12-inch and 16-inch new drinking water lines in west central San Antonio for the purpose of improving water service reliability for approximately 4,800 customers.
The project will involve open trenching and directional boring and will occur within the public ROW of the following streets: S. General McMullen Dr., Queretaro St., Ceralvo St., Camilo St., Amerada St., W. Malone Ave., Phyllis St., Brady Blvd., Cupples Rd., Jennings Ave., and Morelia St.
In observance of COVID-19 social distancing measures, this meeting will be held online and anyone interested can attend the meeting at the following website:
Customers can also join the meeting by phone by dialing 210-233-2090
The access code to enter the meeting is 146 638 5210
One of the purposes of this hearing is to discuss the potential environmental impacts of the project and alternatives to it. The total estimated cost of the project is $4,632,431. The estimated monthly bill for a typical resident is currently $75.17. There will be no rate increase or additional fee required to finance this project. Financial assistance (or an application for financial assistance) for the project has been obtained from (or will be filed with) the Texas Water Development Board, P.O. Box 13231, Austin, Texas, 78711-3231.
Written comments on the proposed project may be sent to:
Nathaniel Virdell, P.E.
San Antonio Water System
2800 US Highway 281 North
San Antonio, Texas 78212
Kristin M. Miller, P.G.
Texas Water Development Board
1700 N. Congress Avenue
Austin, Texas 78711
Comments from customers should be sent by Aug. 10, 2020.