CLINTON, NJ – The New Jersey Water Supply Authority will hold an information session to inform public about the latest progress on the Round Valley Reservoir Structures Refurbishment and Resource Preservation Project. Attendees will be able to ask questions and provide their comments directly to project representatives. Residents, recreational groups, business leaders, public officials and other stakeholders are invited to learn about the design and construction phases of the project.

The information session will be held from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 14, 2017, at the North Hunterdon Regional High School, Cafeteria A, 1445 State Route 31, Annandale, New Jersey. Representatives from The New Jersey Water Supply Authority and Engineer of Record for the project, Schnabel Engineering, will make remarks during a brief presentation at 7:00 p.m. There will be a question and answer session after the presentation.

The Authority is making improvements to the reservoir over the next few years to extend its operating life as a critical source of drinking water and increase its durability for years to come.

The Round Valley Reservoir Project website was launched in early June to showcase photography, historical information about the reservoir, answer frequently asked questions, list project updates and allow users several ways to provide input or ask questions via email or phone.

Full project details, contact information and updates are available on the Round Valley Reservoir Project website:

About the New Jersey Water Supply Authority
The New Jersey Water Supply Authority is a public body, corporate and politic, constituted as an instrumentality of the State of New Jersey, exercising public and essential governmental functions.

The “Authority” was created by the New Jersey Water Supply Act on October 7, 1981, and in connection with the Act, all water supply facilities owned or operated by the State were transferred or leased to the Authority.

The members of the Authority consist of the Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (ex officio member) and six public members appointed by the Governor upon the advice and consent of the New Jersey Senate.
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