November 11, 2016
The Board Meeting last night resulted in the adoption of Resolution 2016 A-2 which supercedes 2015 A-1 and details the General Provisions for the WHTSA. It is available for review on the Resolutions tab.
What's with all the green paint near my house?
From time to time, you may notice various markings painted on streets and curbs near your home or business. When a contractor plans to do any kind of work in an area, they are required to contact PA ONE CALL prior to beginning the project. One Call then notifies any utility that might be impacted so that they have a chance to review the work site and determine whether any of their infrastructure will be impacted by the planned project. The green paint you see designates the location of sewer lines in the area and allows the contractors insight into what they might find when digging. The various other colors all represent different utilities' infrastructure and will give a good overall picture of underground utilities the contractors should be aware of. This is to protect both the connections and the contractors performing the work. If you aren't aware of work being done in your area and are curious as to the nature of the project, please feel free to contact us and we will do our best to explain it to you.