The drinking water board that controls h2o for Killeen, Copperas Cove, Harker Heights, Belton and Nolanville will be conference currently at the wastewater plant in north Killeen.
Customers of the Bell County H2o Control and Improvement District No. 1 board will meet in the administration developing of the wastewater plant and the only new business enterprise merchandise on the agenda is a planned modification to the 2020/2021 wastewater spending budget.
Ricky Garrett, the standard manager of the drinking water district, described why the price range amendment is needed in an electronic mail on Tuesday.
“I want to emphasize that we’re not requesting to spend a lot more cash than was budgeted general. Even with our flows staying decreased than projected, we should continue to be in the budgeted amount but it will be tight. Due to unanticipated situations, four spending budget teams are in excess of funds while ample resources from Upkeep of Tools can be transferred to make up for the deficits,” Garrett claimed. “Adjustments are wanted for Salaries, Operating Charges, Transportation Repairs, and Equipment Rental. Thanks to a latest wage comparison and subsequent adjustment, $32,000 will be included to the Wage line item. A bumper had to be replaced on a Western Star haul truck ($2,533) and the EGR cooler, supporter clutch and EGR mass movement tube ($7,065) experienced to be changed on Mack Truck WW20 making a shortfall in that account of $15,000 and the four month down time for the screener at the compost produced a $11,000 deficit on the Devices Rental line product.”
The meeting will start at 9 a.m. right now at the WCID-1 administration making, 201 S. 38th St., in Killeen.