|The Mid-Dakota Rural Water System... serves over 5,500 customers including 28 town or community water systems. Mid-Dakota includes approximately 3,800 miles of pipeline with users residing in all or parts of 14 counties in the east-central portion of South Dakota. Currently Mid-Dakota has completed its final stages of construction on the originally authorized project. However, it is expected that the Mid-Dakota Rural Water System will continue to grow through expansion projects as well as the addition of Add-On Users.|
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Nov 28 - Thanksgiving Day
Dec 10 - 4:30 pm, Miller O&M Center
Jan 13 - time and place to be announced.
Contract 4-6 Schedule 1 - Eatherly Constructors, Inc.
Our Contractor Eatherly Constructors Inc. has completed the installation of services as required by the Contract. The Board approved a change order to provide for the installation of pipeline and meters in the town of Cavour. Eatherly started work in Cavour the 1st week of May and all services have been put in place.
Contract 5-5 - Redfield Water Storage Tank
Bids were opened on July 20, 2012 for the construction of the 150,000 gallon elevated storage tank in Northeast Hand County (serving Users in Spink County and the town of Tulare). The Board accepted the low base bid from Phoenix Fabricators. The tank has been erected and work will be completed next spring.
Oahe Plains Assimilation
Oahe Plains System Corporation was a bulk customer of Mid-Dakota Rural Water. The members voted this summer to dissolve and allow Mid-Dakota to take over their system. Work to complete this task included the placement of new meters for each customer and bring the users of Oahe Plains over as individual customers of Mid-Dakota. The services were put in place in October.