Friday, August 25, 2000

Four sites proposed for treatment facility

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        ALEXANDRIA — Three sites near 12 Mile Creek and a tract adjacent to the present waste-water treatment plant in Alexandria have been identified as possible sites for a new treatment facility.

        Sanitation District No.1 disclosed the sites as follows:

        • A tract of land divided by 12 Mile Oneonta Road and electric transmission lines, located approximately a half-mile east of the AA Highway (Ky.9).

        • A tract of land approxi mately 500 feet south of 12 Mile Creek and approximately 1,000 feet west of Ky. 8.

        • A tract of land adjacent to and northeast of Washington Trace Road, and adjacent to and southeast of 12 Mile Creek.

        • A tract of land adjacent to, north and west of the existing Alexandria Wastewater Treatment Plant located off Ky. 10.

        A public workshop will be held 6-8 p.m. Sept. 6 at the Marquise Banquet and Con ference Center on Town Drive in Wilder, where the public can review and comment on the proposed site locations. Sanitation District staff will be on hand to answer questions.

        The public comment period for the site selection process remains open through Sept. 13. All comments will be reviewed by a site evaluation committee and the District's board of directors prior to the final site selection.

        District officials said construction of a new waste-water treatment facility is still several years away.


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