Fayette Water Co. will hold another public meeting next week to present its plans for extending water service to residents northwest of Vandalia.
At that meeting, which will be held at 5:30 p.m. next Wednesday at Vandalia City Hall, Fayette Water officials hope to alleviate concerns of homeowners on City property about what their property will look like after water lines are installed.
The meeting is primarily being held to discuss water line easements requested from the city to construct lines to homes on land owned by the city around Vandalia Lake.
Fayette Water officials say that current plans calling for the installation of water lines do not include every area of city property around the lake.
It will “make every effort to include all properties that desire water service in future construction phases, said Randy Wolf, Fayette Water business manager.
At the public meeting, officials will explain how the rural water company makes every effort to return property to its original condition after the new water lines are installed.
“We take pictures of the property before putting the lines in, so we know what needs to be done to put it back the way it was,” Wolf said.