Savannah Quarters ERPD and Public Meeting Notice
The City of Pooler hereby gives notice that a public meeting will be held to discuss a wastewater improvement project funded by Georgia’s Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSF) on July 20, 2021 at 5:00 PM in the Pooler City Hall located at 100 SW Highway 80, Pooler, Georgia 31322. The proposed project consists of the Savannah Quarters Master Lift Station upgrade and 18-inch sanitary sewer force main to the City of Pooler Wastewater Treatment Plant. The purposes of the public meeting are to:
- Inform the public of the need for improvements to the City’s wastewater system.
- To comply with Section 391-3-6-.02 of Georgia’s Water Quality Control Rules (and amendments thereto).
- To encourage public involvement in the development of a plan to improve the wastewater system
During the public meeting the City will attempt to identify public preferences for alternative methods of replacement and capacity upgrade of the force main and pump station. These alternatives are evaluated and included in the City’s Environmental Review and Planning Document (ERPD). The ERPD is available for public inspection through the date of the public meeting at City Hall during normal business hours. Your participation is encouraged and considered essential to the selection and development
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Farmers to Families Free Food Event | May 26
Join us at the Pooler Recreation Park on Rogers Street this Wednesday evening to pick up your free family-sized box of fresh produce, meat, and dairy! The Pooler Lions Club and the First Presbyterian Church of Pooler have partnered with the City of of Pooler to bring residents this Farmers to Families food giveaway. For your safety and convenience, this is a drive-thru event using a "truck to trunk" system; volunteers will be available to place your box directly in your vehicle. All are welcome!
DATE/TIME: Wednesday, May 26 | 4:30-8:00 p.m. (or until supplies run out)
LOCATION: 900 S Rogers St, Pooler, GA 31322-3124
The USDA Farmers to Families Food Box program was initially designed and implemented as a temporary, emergency relief effort to respond to severe market disruption caused by a global pandemic. To date, USDA contractors have delivered over 170,953,217 boxes of fresh groceries to Americans across the country. For more information, visit their website.