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The city’s wastewater treatment plant can handle increased water flow during heavy rains.
For now, according to Public Works Director Larry Hazlett.
Processing a little more than 1.8 million gallons of wastewater on a normal day, the city wastewater treatment plant has averaged 10 million gallons per day during wet weather conditions, about 1 million gallons more than the plant’s maximum capacity of 9.9 million.
“We could [be out of compliance] at any given time,” Hazlett said of the city’s wastewater treatment plant.
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