Supervisor Acciavatti shared that much of the township infrastructure is “relatively new,” and includes:
- 134 miles of sanitary sewers
- 239 miles of water lines
- 4,000 manholes
- 3 meter stations
- 7 pump stations
- The Township doesn’t own any roads; they’re owned by the state, county and private entities.
- Lake water levels are “historically high,” and the added danger is that they’re anticipated to rise another 6 to 12”.
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