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Hydrocarbons back on agenda

...meet again later this month or the first part of next month." Lori Dilley of Hattenburg, Dilley and Linnell Engineering Consultants will fill the council in on the status of the city's water improvement plan. There will also be a public hearing...

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Kenai examines water issues

...testing arsenic levels in the city's groundwater system, Lori Dilley, of Hattenburg, Dilley and Linnell Engineering Consultants came to the Kenai City Council on Wednesday with recommendations for the location of a new well. In order to...

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Hope erodes

...bank stabilization design alternatives, cost estimating, surveying and mapping, which would be carried out by engineering consultant Tetra Tech Inc. The Corps is performing economic analyses, environmental evaluations, plan formulation and...

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Council looks for new water source

...into a new source of city drinking water or possibly treating water to meet stricter federal arsenic standards. Engineering consultants with Hattenburg Dilley and Linnell have prepared a nearly 100-page draft report on the current condition of the...

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Moore: Waiting for state agencies is irresponsible

...scheduled a work session on Graves? memo for 5 p.m. Feb. 21. In other business, the council heard from engineering consultants Scott Hattenburg and Lorie Dilley on an arsenic groundwater study the consultants completed for the city. Dilley...

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Council works on to do list

...an ongoing water well project account. According to the latest cost estimate supplied to the council by the engineering consultant, Wince-Corthell-Bryson, there are inadequate funds appropriated to complete the anticipated Well C-2...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/062708/new_255376731.shtml
Borough asks for $125,000 to study Nikiski beach public access issues

...identified borough parcels that may be suitable for public beach access, and wants a review of the locations by an engineering consultant. "This project is intended to address concerns of several Nikiski residents, as well as Rep. Mike Chenault...

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