Ribbon Cutting Set for $18.5 Million  Perry Street Diversion Project: Project Saves Communities Money, Helps the Environment

Oakland County MichiganOakland County Water Resources Commissioner Jim Nash will be hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Perry Street Diversion Project beginning at 10 a.m., Tuesday, October 11th at Galloway Lake Park located at 1498 North Perry Street in Pontiac. Attendees will include Water Resources Commissioner staff members, local elected officials, consulting engineers and construction contractors along with representatives from Pontiac and the 13 communities in the Clinton-Oakland Sewage Disposal System.

“My office is excited to have this project completed and functioning,” said Commissioner Nash. “This system not only helps relieve capacity issues for our Clinton-Oakland communities, it also allows us to fully utilize the Pontiac Wastewater Treatment Plant, saves the communities money, and increases flow into the Clinton River. This is a triple win for these systems, all of the communities and the environment.”More