We will be having the city move the park’s water meter box to the park side of the sidewalk, and getting our new meter on May 15. We will be ready and licensed to irrigate soon!
Today we took two soil samples, from the site, to Libby Environmental for analysis. The samples were taken from two different spots, at a depth of six inches each. The picture below, of the site in 1996, indicates where the building sat, and where the samples were collected. We chose this area as the one that would most likely have had treated lumber stacked, when it was Rowland, and furniture stripped, when it was the Treasure Chest. We are testing for PCP (polychlorinated phenol), Dioxin, Lead, Creosotes and Arsenates.