issues,” Long told commissioners. One of the main concerns is supplying potable water, which is pumped into the building on the site’s north side. Water is supplied into the building via two-inch meters. In speaking with Bell, Long said, it appeared likely the immediate solution would be to change both pipe size and meter. “I’m guessing they’re going to want to increase that size (of the meters) from two to four.”
If and when the county decided to move ahead with it, Long estimated the cost to be $6,000-$6,500. Long added Bell had asked for the city to waive the cost, which he did not believe to be the optimum course of action. However, Long told commissioners he would ask them during the regular meeting to do an in-kind donation.
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