Manchester water request to be heard

August 01, 1996

The Maryland Department of the Environment will hold a public hearing at 7 p.m. Aug. 20 in the Manchester Fire Company activities hall regarding an application by the town of Manchester to supplement the town's municipal water supply.

MDE officials said the town has applied to use a daily average of 69,700 gallons of water with a maximum daily average of 116,400 gallons of water during the month of maximum use. The water will be drawn from a well to provide a potable supply for 303 residential homes to be built on the 196-acre Manchester Farms estate on the southeast side of Bert Fowler Road, MDE officials said.

For information, contact Mark Filar of MDE at (410) 631-3590.

Pub Date: 8/01/96

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