PIONEERTOWN RESIDENTS HEAR COUNTY WATER PLAN

PIONEERTOWN RESIDENTS HEAR COUNTY WATER PLAN

Pioneertown area homeowners met with the County to talk about solutions for their unpotable water supply. Reporter Mike Lipsitz was there and files this report…

At last night’s meeting of the Pioneertown Property Owners Association, residents heard from project engineer Jim Oravetz from County Special Districts Water. He offered the community an update on the plan to bring potable water to residents. Presently, high levels of fluoride, arsenic and uranium mean residents there cannot drink the water. The plan, which is probably a year and a half from completion, includes two pump stations and a 3.6 mile pipeline on the west side of Pioneertown Road from town to a point where it is expected to interconnect with a waterline from the Hi-Desert Water District. The project is being funded through a 100% grant from the State of California. Once that water begins to flow into Pioneertown, expectations are that the building moratorium there will be lifted.

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