White Stone’s new wastewater treatment plant is up and pumping


by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi

White Stone Town Council members and staff recently toured the new wastewater treatment plant site off Mosquito Point Road. From left are Mayor Randy Reeves, Will Hubbard, James Smith, Ran Reeves, Charles Brocklebank, Kathryn Roop, AnnGardner Eubank, Melinda Sliakis, Irving Brittingham, town manager Patrick Frere and on-site system operator Duane Redmond. Photo by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi

WHITE STONE—Nearly eight years after the initial application process began, White Stone’s new $6 million public sewage system is up and pumping.

Town council and staff met at the 19.83-acre site off of Mosquito Point Road on Thursday, November 10, to tour the wastewater treatment plant. According to town manager Patrick Frere, the first connection was made and the plant went on line as operational September 22. Approximately 70 hookups, including 45 residential and 25 commercial, have now been completed.

The first phase of the sewage project will include 175 hookups….

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