Community members are invited to a public workshop to discuss the Morro Bay sewage treatment plant on Thursday.
The workshop will be from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Building, 209 Surf St.
The focus will be for the community to hear a project update, to brainstorm ideas and issues, and to provide feedback, said Sam Taylor, the city’s deputy city manager.
Project managers Michael K. Nunley & Associates Inc. will present and then manage a discussion on the issue.
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The Water Reclamation Facility Project is an estimated $102 million project that involves building both a new sewage treatment facility as well as a water reclamation facility, Taylor said.
“The city is seeking to rebuild the 62-year-old facility both due to age as well as to remove it from its place on the waterfront within a flood zone and tsunami zone,” Taylor said.
For more information about the project, visit morro-bay.ca.us/wrf.