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Lewisport pilot plant up and running for future water plant engineers say

At the Lewisport City Council Meeting on Thursday, October 19th, Bryan Lovan and Matt Curtis, Co-Owners of Bluegrass Engineering, provided updates on projects including the Reverse Osmosis (RO) Pilot Plant Study that began in July to ensure optimal water quality for the city’s future water plant. Curtis and Lovan designed the pilot study, estimated at…

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Iron in water causes setback in Lewisport RO Pilot Study

Lewisport City Council met on Thursday evening, August 17th, and Engineer Bryan Lovan, Co-Owner of Bluegrass Engineering, explained how they’ve been meeting some challenges in the water plant study, due to iron build-up in the water. Three Code Enforcement Board members were approved by the council as well. Update on RO Project The reverse osmosis…

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Lewisport City Council cracking down on homeowners; enforcing property upkeep, updates on projects

  The Lewisport City Council met on Thursday, April 20th. Mayor Chad Gregory and council members made the decision to enforce the upkeep of properties. Matt Curtis and Bryan Lovan, co-owners of Bluegrass Engineering, attended the meeting and provided updates for ongoing projects, including the water treatment plant. Enforcing Upkeep Gregory said that the need…

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Lewisport’s new water plant to serve more customers; possibly Hawesville

The Lewisport City Council monthly meeting was Thursday, October 20 and two of the owners of Bluegrass Engineering, Matt Curtis and Bryan Lovan, attended to discuss the details of moving forward with the construction of a new water treatment plant in Lewisport. The new facility would not be operating for approximately 4-6 years, but they…

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Hawesville pushes forward with repair to lift stations

Mayor Charlie King says repair work on wastewater lift stations and repair to a pump for the city’s aquifer should be ironed out in the coming weeks. King hopes City Council will have all available information for the June meeting. “We are allocating monies for repairs, and by the next meeting we should have that…

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