TO:          Joyce Owens
Monday, June 25, 2012 4:02 PM

Dear Ms. Owens,

I am sending you a copy of a Public Notice that is being mailed to all of our customers to advise of the purchase of our company by Corix Utilities, LLC. Please let me know if you have any questions that I may be able to answer.

Respectfully,

Danny Lassiter
Regional Manager
Office 252-240-1398
Mobile 252-503-3861
Fax 252-727-1645
Email dwlassiter@uiwater.com

CC:  Eddie Baldwin 
Jimmie L. Hagwood 

 

TO:          Joyce Owens
Monday, July 9, 2012 1:23 PM

Dear Ms. Owens,

Just a quick update on our work at the Waste Water Treatment Plant and Well # 1.

Our new clarifier was delivered and set in place June 29th inside the fence at the Waste Water Treatment Plant. The  piping, catwalk and other equipment will be installed next.

The ground storage tank located at Well # 1 is scheduled to be delivered this week and set in place very shortly as well.

I will send you a brief update as we continue to make progress on these two Belvedere projects.

Respectfully,

Danny Lassiter
Regional Manager
Office 252-240-1398
Mobile 252-503-3861
Fax 252-727-1645
Email dwlassiter@uiwater.com

 

11 September 2012

Update on activities of Utilities, Inc.
Based on email from D. Lassiter received 10 Sept and phone conversation 11 Sept 2012

1.  Waste Water Treatment Plant Clarifier
‘Is about 90% complete.  Expect 3-4 additional weeks’ to finish.  They are still working on the piping and controls.  After the work is finished an agency from the Dept of Water Quality must inspect and give final approval.

2.  Pump I and associated storage tank
‘Is about 95% complete.  Expect 2-3 additional weeks for completion.’  The storage tank requires ‘minor control wiring’.  It is being filled now.  When full it will hold ‘between 150,000 and 200,000 gallons of water.  This is enough water to ‘supply the subdivision for about 2 days.’ 
‘After the storage tank is full, the old pump will be removed and the new, larger pump will be installed.  Water will still be supplied during the period when the pump is being exchanged.’

3.  Hauling of treated effluent
Began Saturday, September 1.  They haul ‘between 12 and 15 loads per day, every day except Sunday.  Hauling is done between 7:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Golf course began spraying last night (Sept 10) but Utilities, Inc. expects another 10 to 12 days of spraying and hauling to get the pond level lowered to 3' below the max level.  Currently, the holding pond is at approx. 2' below the max level.’

4.  Alternate solution to hauling treated effluent
‘Hauling operations will need to continue until the golf course can utilize more of the treated effluent and we are working with the golf course to explore additional disposal options.  We continue to explore and all additional options on and off the golf course.”

 

Quoted information is from Lassiter email to Owens 10 Sept 2012 or from phone conversation 11 Sept 2012.