Thursday, July 14, 2016

FORA board votes to help fund Marina Coast recycled water pipeline

Agreeing to help fund the planned $26 million Marine Coast Water District recycled water pipeline, the Fort Ord Reuse Authority board approved an agreement on Friday last week that would dedicate up to $6 million for the proposal.
The nearly mile-long pipeline, part of the district's Regional Urban Water Augmentation Project, is designed to deliver potable-quality recycled water to the Ord Community as part of the redevelopment of the former military base.
Under the agreement, FORA will commit to reimbursing Marina Coast for pipeline costs through fiscal year 2019-20.
Last month, Marina Coast and the Monterey Regional Water Pollution Control Agency agreed to cooperate on the pipeline, which will also deliver recycled water to the Seaside basin as part of the Pure Water Monterey groundwater replenishment project.

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