It's a difference you'll be able to feel. Tuesday, in annual budget talks, the city council reviewed a funding request to build a water main connection.
The plan calls for about $1.3 million in capital improvement money to attach the Western Hills water pressure zone to the Indian Hills water pressure zone and storage tank.
The city says, as a benefit, part of the Northern Hills area will see increased water pressure. Officials say they may also be able to demolish the Western Hills water storage tank.
"It's one of those pieces of infrastructure where we need them. But, if we can eliminate them, because it's just another maintenance item, it would definitely be the goal," said Public Works Director Jade Dundas.
The plan's funding is pending approval by the city council in February.
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