MYERSVILLE, Md. - The Town of Myersville will host a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday, March 19, to initiate the construction of a new water treatment plant and upgrades to the existing wastewater treatment plant.
The 11 a.m. ceremony will be at the site of the exiting water treatment facility on Canada Hill Road.
The new water treatment plant will have a .144 million gallon-per-day capacity.
The improvements, designed by Acer Engineers & Consultants, Inc. include construction of the new water treatment plant, renovation of the existing water treatment building, site work, electrical, heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. The project, which will cost more than $980,600, will be covered by a $463,375 state grant, $57,892 local share and $459,342 from a state revolving loan fund.
The project is scheduled for completion in July 1999.