Knox Water Superintendent Tim Lindewald told the Board of Works members last week that he quickly repaired a serious chlorine issue.
He said an injector failed which allowed water to get back into the chlorine cylinders which caused a big problem.
“It cost quite a bit of money to refurbish it all, but I had to. There was no choice. Now it’s all brand new and good to go,” explained Lindewald.
There was no threat to residents before or during the repair.
Other than that issue, Lindewald reported that crews are completing inventory prior to the end of the year and rehabilitating the interior of the building.