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 35. PROJECT:Dayton Water Supply Rehabilitation
SPONSOR:Town of Dayton
LOCATION:Sheridan County
Purpose Chapter Session Account Appropriation Due Date
Level III 2 2001 II $440,000 2005
Level III 88 2002 II $179,200 2005

During the 2001 legislative session approval was given to fund the replacement of an existing transite water line, to fund the installation of pipeline to an existing booster station, and to fund the addition of a new booster station for the Town of Dayton. This project was called the Dayton Water Supply Rehabilitation Project. After funding was received the town of Dayton hired Entech, Inc. to design and supervise construction of the new pipeline and booster station. Currently, the towns of Dayton and Ranchester are discussing the potential for a regional system. To facilitate this regional concept the transmission main line that was approved for construction funding during the 2001 legislative session was increased in size from 12" to 16" to increase the capacity needed for the two towns combined. The total project cost was authorized at $880,000 by the 2001 legislative session. To accommodate the regional supply concept the total project cost was increased to $1,032,000 and the grant/loan mix was adjusted from a 50/50 split to 60/40 split. Construction is scheduled for completion in the fall of 2003.

No legislative action required at this time.

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