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103.PROJECT:Thirty-three Mile Water Supply
SPONSOR:33 Mile Road Improvement and Service District
LOCATION:Natrona County
PROGRAM:New Development
Purpose Chapter Session Account Appropriation Due Date
Level I 82 1998 I $25,000 2000

There are approximately 150 people residing within the 33 Mile Road Improvement and Service District. Residents currently use poor quality groundwater or haul water from nearby municipalities. There are potentially more than 50 taps in the district. Residents report bills in excess of $80.00/month to haul water from the Casper area or treat (R/O) poor quality groundwater.

33 Mile Road Improvement and Service District requested a study to investigate options for connecting to the Natrona County Regional Water System. A new regional line will soon be completed near the 33 Mile Road Improvement and Service District. Pioneer Water and Sewer District also has a water transmission line near the improvement and service district. These sources may make connection economically feasible. The feasibility of constructing additional transmission lines and a distribution system was assessed. The Level I study concluded that a system from Pioneer Water and Sewer District could be constructed at a cost of about $1,285,000.

The WWDC recommends that the project be advanced to Level II status in the New Development Program with a 1999 proposed appropriation of $50,000.

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