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Mission to conduct own water study

The District of Mission is conducting its own water supply and demand study.

The study will add local data to the information already being gathered by the Abbotsford/Mission Water and Sewer Commission regarding a future water supply.

The purpose of the study is to better understand Mission’s current and future water needs and how these needs impact the regional water system.

“The recent discussions about options for future water sources for the region make it important for Mission to have accurate information about what our own community is consuming now and what our growth patterns show we will need in the future,” said Rick Bomhof, Mission’s director of engineering and public works.

The Mission water supply and demand study is expected to be complete by late spring 2012.

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