Exeter Police Chief John Hall and Sheriff Mike Bourdreaux and Visalia Police Chief Jason Salazar at the Peace Oficer Memorial
Exeter Mayor Boyce presents proclamation commending Charles Day and Rocky Hill Triathlon.
City Council honors the city’s public works employees during National Public Works Week
As previously explained, our largest producing well, located at the corner of Belmont and Glaze, has been offline for repairs.
We are happy to report that the repairs have been completed and Ingram Equipment is onsite this morning finishing the install. The State is requiring us to take a series of two bacteriological samples before the well can be put back in service. Each test has a 24 hour, mandatory hold time. As soon as Ingram finishes the installation this afternoon, the well will be flushed. Once that’s done, we have a certified operator on standby ready to collect the first sample and deliver it to the lab in Fresno for testing. Those results should be available tomorrow. The second sample will be collected and delivered to the lab tomorrow, with results expected Saturday. The lab will call our operator as soon as results are available Saturday. (more…)
The City’s water system is struggling to keep up with peak demand on scheduled watering days. Our largest producing well is currently offline for repairs.
We are working closely with the contractor (Ingram Equip) to expedite the repairs in hopes of having the well back online next week. In the meantime, residents are experiencing lower than normal water pressure, especially during scheduled watering days. (more…)