SAWS News: Join SAWS At a Public Meeting On Vista Ridge Changes
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Join SAWS At a Public Meeting On Vista Ridge Changes

The Public Meeting concerning changes to the Vista Ridge Pipeline project is coming up. Garney Construction recently proposed purchasing up to an 80 percent equity stake in the project.

Garney Construction, if approved by the SAWS Board of Trustees, will utilize its more than 30 years experience with SAWS to bring the newest water resource online and further diversify the city’s water supply. Water will be piped from Burleson County, 142 miles to San Antonio and distributed throughout the city.

“Garney’s selection to move this project forward is great news, but still must be approved by the SAWS Board,” said Robert R. Puente, SAWS President/CEO. “Plus, with Garney already being part of the original Vista Ridge consortium, this will provide for greater continuity.”

To continue what has been one of the most transparent projects in recent history, community participation is encouraged: 

While the proposed change in partners brings many positive opportunities to the Vista Ridge project,” said Puente, “the SAWS Board will examine the issue thoroughly and hear community input before deciding the matter.” 

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