Town of Woodbury Board of Mayor and Alderman took action Tuesday night to continue improving the area’s water system.
A public hearing was held to provide information and solicit comments about the Town applying for a Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Loan. The loan will be in the amount of $800,000 to construct a new water storage tank. The new tank will replace the existing storage faciality on Parkers Hill.
Following the hearing, the board approved Resolution 2020-01. The resolution authorizing and providing for the financing of the construction of a water facilities project, including authorizing the execution of the applications, contractual agreements, and other necessary documents, and making certain representations, certifications, and pledges of certain revenue in connection with such financing.
Mayor Duggin gave the member of the Board of Alderman an update concerning the center crosswalk on the Main Street side of the public square. A recent mishap resulted in injury to a pedestrian attempting to cross the street. Mayor Duggin pointed out that Main Street is more than just a street, it is also a state highway.
AAAny changes or improvements will need to involve the Tennessee Department of Transportation. A meeting with state transportation officials is scheduled in the very near future.