Are you mad as hell about the announced rate increases for water? Do you have concerns about all that sewage that flows into the harbor every time it rains? Or are there other questions about the city’s water systems and sanitation?
The Department of Public Works will answer questions and discuss its operations in a series of community meetings scheduled this week, touching on sewer lines, drinking water, graffiti removal, combating rats, bills and much more.
Director Rudolph S. Chow and other members from the department will lead the meetings. Here’s the full schedule.
Gospel Tabernacle Baptist Church
3100 Walbrook Ave.
National Federation of the Blind
200 E. Wells St.
New Waverly United Methodist Church
644 E. 33rd St.
Langston Hughes Community Center
5011 Arbutus Ave.
- Friday Afternoon Headlines: BPD sergeant accused of extortion, kidnapping held without bail; parents raise concerns over school reopening plans; and more - July 10, 2020
- DOT launches Slow Streets program to slow traffic on roads for distancing - July 10, 2020
- Thursday Afternoon Headlines: BPD releases footage of officers shooting man in behavioral crisis; Dutch design firm off Middle Branch project after blackface photo surfaces; and more - July 9, 2020