The Madison County Industrial Development and Building Authority issued the following report to the Madison County commissioners Dec. 28:
“The Harrison Water Project is coming along despite the wet weather. We are working on Dove Hill Road to Hwy. 29 to tie to the Franklin County Water System. Griffin Brothers is filling the lines, pressure testing and chlorinating. We should soon have water on Hwy. 281, Cheek Pulliam Road, Hannah’s Creek Church Road, Aaron Brown Road and Old Harrison School Road. We plan to add Bud Freeman Road, Faith Valley Church Road, Hwy. 281 to Osley Drive and part of Dove Drake Road with the grant funds we have left.
Brewer Phillips Road section is complete. We will be adding service on this line shortly for Madison County Recreation Park and other customers on this road.
We plan to add Neese-Diamond Hill Road from Hwy. 29 to Sanders Road, along with Spratlin Pond Drive and Jackson Sharp Road in the next 60 to 90 days.
The Seagraves Mill Dam has siphon pipes installed to meet EPD Safe Dams temporary requirements. We found the drain pipe needs to be replaced. Carter Engineering is working with Safe Dams to get the plan approved to replace this drain pipe. The lake level will need to be kept low until this can be approved and replace the drain through the dam.
The Hull-Sanford Waste Water Plant is approximately 2 weeks behind schedule due to rain delays. The concrete tanks are in place and plumbing should start in January. The main line piping for the drip system has been installed and the drip field should be completed in early February. We will be installing the Force Main from Ingles to the plant in the next 60 days.”