After the Calhoun Commission received numerous complaints about problems getting the county's $5.2 million water project out to bid, the Mt. Zion Public Service District agreed to let the commission assist them in obtaining right-of-ways.

The water project covers 21-miles from the Russett area to the Upper West Fork Park at Chloe.

Danielle Stevens, representing the commission, and Norma Collins, representing the Mt. Zion PSD, have scheduled two days at the Arnoldsburg Community Building to work on right-of-ways.

Area residents whose right-of-ways have not be signed or completed are urged to come those days to complete paper work:

- Saturday, March 7 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

- Tuesday, March 10 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

If any resident with right-of-way issues pending, are unable to meet those days, a home appointment can be scheduled.

If any resident is not sure if they need to sign a right-of-way document, they should call.

Danielle Stevens 304-354-6725 (County Clerk's Office) or 304-354-6405 (Evenings).

Norma Collins 304-655-7578.


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