Tennessee American Water has begun staging the equipment needed for the installation of a third additional pipe in the Tennessee River. While these deliveries are being made, a small portion of the Riverpark behind the Tennessee American Water plant will temporarily close, for 30 to 70 minutes at a time. Flaggers and signage on either end of the closure will make users aware of this temporary disruption.
During the week of May 21, Tennessee American Water will begin a $3.2 million project to install a 30-inch pipe in the Tennessee River. This pipe is one of three - and the largest - that delivers water to the 20,000 customers on the north side of Chattanooga, Red Bank and Signal Mountain. The pipe adds redundancy and resiliency to the water delivery system to assure reliable water services.
Over 600 elementary students competed today in the 12th Annual Elementary Science Olympiad. The third through fifth graders who participated spent weeks of preparation to build machines like rockets and catapults and to study various sciences in order to compete in 12 different events.
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Tennessee American Water's President Val Armstrong submitted the following packet to the Signal Mountain Council regarding misinformation being distributed in the region. You can review the packet here.