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Project Updates and

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Project Updates
 July 1, 2024

  • Maple Hill project – The Engineer has met with the contractor to discuss installing the pump station. A tentative start date for the installation of the pump station will be mid- July.

  • Blackwater/Flower Gap project – User agreements and surveys have been collected. The PSA is currently working with LENOWISCO on this project and an application has been submitted to DHCD as of June 12, 2024.

  • Cross Creek/Dryden/Hickory Flats Sewer project – The PSA will be re-submitting another funding application in July 2024 in hopes of receiving a better offer.

  • Western Lee Sewer project – The Lane Group is currently working on60% design drawings for Phase 1B and 1C. The county turned the collection of easements over to the Army Corps of Engineers several months ago, but no easements have been collected that the PSA is aware of.

  • Ocoonita-Smyth/Miller Chapel Interconnection – The PSA and engineers are working on design to be submitted to VDH.

  • Middle Wallens Creek/Rasnic Hollow Extension – A PER has been conducted and user agreements have been collected. The PSA is currently working with LENOWISCO on this project seeking funding.

  • Phase III Hancock Co, TN/Lee Co, VA – The PSA did receive a copy of the plans and specs for review. The Engineer is currently reviewing these plans and specs and working on Lee County design as well.

  • St. Charles Phase IV – Engineers are working on getting under contract.

  • Lead Service Line Inventory – The inventory is around 85% complete, noting that some parts of the Ewing and St. Charles areas will need to be inspected by field staff.




In keeping with our commitment to maintain minimal rates for sewer service, the Lee Co PSA is asking all of its sewer customers to refrain from flushing anything down the toilet except human waste and toilet paper. This includes any and all items that may be labeled "flushable". Any items flushed down the toilet except for human waste and toilet paper creates numerous issues for your service lines, the PSA's lines, our pump stations, and ultimately, our treatment facility, which increases operating costs, and thus increases customer costs.

Help us keep the rates you pay at a minimum. We certainly appreciate your cooperation and understanding on this matter. 


                                                                                                 ~ PSA Management

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Find cool ways to beat the heat, but please conserve water!

Next Board of Directors Meeting is Tuesday, July 23 at 3 p.m.

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