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    3. PROJECT:Antelope Valley Storage Facility
SPONSOR:Antelope Valley I & S District
LOCATION:Campbell County
Purpose Chapter Session Account Appropriation Due Date
Level III 28 1994 II $850,000* 1997
*67% grant, 33% loan (4%, 25 years)

Antelope Valley has a population of 1400 people on 320 lots. Crestview has a population of 600 people on 130 lots. The combination of these two water supply and distribution systems represents a major change for the districts involved and is recommended by the Gillette Area Water Supply Master Plan.

The project includes installation of a 650,000 gallon tank, a control building, and a meter vault for use as a future connection between the Antelope Valley District water system and the Crestview water system. Crestview currently has only one well, and thus has the potential for service interruption if that well is down for any reason. The connection to Antelope Valley will provide a back-up source, and may eventually lead to the two systems being operated as one. This would reduce overhead expenses for both districts.

The project is presently under construction. It is anticipated that the project will be completed in the spring of 1996.

No legislative action is needed for this project.

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