Water Task Force Sets Meeting
The Moore County Summit's Water Task Force has more on its mind than adequate sources of water.
The task force, which has been meeting on a regular basis, has an eye on conservation, reuse of water and wastewater treatment strategy. It is also focusing on better communications between the county and the 11 municipalities.
"We want to get some discussion started on a continuing basis," said Frank Zamaroni, chairman of the Water Task Force. "We want to make sure we're all working on the same page."
That discussion will address a series of questions on water and wastewater issues next Thursday, when the task force meets at the Chamber of Commerce office in Southern Pines. The task force has formally invited Nick Picerno, chairman of the Moore County Board of Commissioners, to attend the meeting.
Zamaroni expects a response from Picerno by the end of the week. Commissioner Larry Caddell, County Manager Cary McSwain and Public Works Director Dennis Brobst are task force members, but the invitation was extended to the board chairman because of "the high percentage of community participation" in the task force.
"We need additional information, and we need the dialogue to start happening," Zamaroni said.
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