City Administrator Tom O’Bryant told the city council Monday that the city has an old map of the water infrastructure, but no map of the sewer system. O’Bryant said this will be a digital mapping of the infrastructure indicating where all lines are.
The new mapping will also include the location of all fire hydrants in the city. This will “ help us better manage our system as far as repairs and maintenance,” said O’Bryant.
The council approved a contract fro the work with Georgia Mountains for a cost of $16,750.
According to O’Bryant, they should begin this project in November, once the leaves fall off the trees.