Killeen City Council re-examines water infrastructure and considers supply options | local news


For the second time in four months, Killeen City Council members have received analysis of the city’s water infrastructure, including on Tuesday when a consultant explained how his contract with Bell County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1 is structured.

“They have a contract for a wholesale supply of water – all the water the city needs up to a maximum supply of 42 million gallons per day,” said Lauren Kalisek of the Austin law firm Lloyd Gosselink. “The term of this contract is for the term of the district’s outstanding bonds, which I believe currently runs to approximately 2040.”


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