Lubbock and Lubbock Cooper ISD Work Out Water Deal - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

6/26/06

Lubbock and Lubbock Cooper ISD Work Out Water Deal

It may have taken a year of planning and a bond election, but it's finally happening.  Monday, Lubbock City Council finalized plans to provide water to Lubbock Cooper ISD.

The school district currently gets its water from wells. The wells are depleting and the water has a high content of fluoride. Last month, residents approved a $34 million bond package  to pay a for pipeline and water treatment system.

Its estimated the project will cost Lubbock-Cooper nearly $3 million.

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