It won’t be long now ...
PRINCETON — The light can be seen at the end of the water treatment plant tunnel in Princeton.
In his report at Monday’s meeting of the Princeton City Council, City Manager Jeff Clawson said the new water treatment plant is nearing completion and should be finished by the end of the month. There have been significant gains made in the last couple of months, Clawson said.
The city broke ground on the $22 million water treatment plant project in early November 2011. The new plant, located on the northwest edge of town in the Princeton Technology Park, features a two-story building, which houses the processing plant, and a one-story section of building, which houses offices and a garage.
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