According to a story by Union Leader correspondent, John Koziol, “the town [of Waterville Valley] is nearing substantial completion of a multiyear, multimillion dollar upgrade and expansion of its municipal water system.
“As of Monday, the $3.7 million project was between 65 to 70 percent complete, said Town Manager Mark Decoteau, and it will be finished sometime next spring.
“Working with the N.H. Department of Environmental Services, town leaders decided to embark on the project to meet the “peak” demands of the Waterville Valley water system, whose lines connect every property in this resort community and which provides all water for drinking and fire suppression.”
Public works garage
“The town is [also] wrapping up the erection of its first public works garage. Voters approved the $800,000 building at Town Meeting and work on the 60-foot by 80-foot, four-bay garage began in April and is expected to be done by October, said Public Works Director Jim Mayhew.
“The DPW will store seven vehicles in the new garage, Mayhew said, all of which until now have been left outside.”