TCEQ triennial inspection notes primarily paperwork violations

By BARBARA GREEN
editor@bowienewsonline.com
The City of Bowie has received its triennial inspection of its water system and distribution facilities from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality with six violations primarily related to paperwork and updates to state law.
The report arrived on June 15 and City Manager Bert Cunningham told the city council Monday, steps are already underway to resolve more than half of those. None of the alleged violations relate to water quality or treatment which retains its superior rating.
Inspectors Samantha Harden, Nubia Estrada and Sarah Robison of the TCEQ Abilene regional office conducted the inspection on June 12. The city must provide a written description of the corrective action taken to comply with the outstanding alleged violations by Aug. 15.

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