By Bobby Bordelon
Lewisburg City Council heard thanks for the public’s help in water conservation during drought conditions, received awards from America In Bloom, considered a number of grant contracts for infrastructure, and more during its Tuesday, October 15, meeting.
The Lewisburg Water Department spent September dealing with the effects of moderate and severe drought, providing bulk water and monitoring the intake on the Greenbrier River to keep enough water in the tank and homes. During his report to City Council, Public Works Director Roger Pence thanked the public for their help with the voluntary water conservation throughout the month.
Read more in the Thursday, October 17, 2019, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.