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City to Host Public Meeting on New Water Tower

Courtesy: City of Dubuque

The city of Dubuque will share its plans for a new water tower at a meeting next week. Late last month, city leaders said they had begun putting together ideas for a new water tower, to be placed in the northern part of the city. The new tower would replace the one currently located at Eagle Point Park. It would also have more than double the capacity of the current tower, which can hold about 500-thousand gallons of water. The proposed tower would be able to hold 1.2-million gallons. The site of the proposed tower is along Roosevelt Street, north of its intersection with Golden Eagle Drive. An environmental review of the site is currently underway, and the city is also seeking state funding to help pay for the project. A public meeting about the new tower is scheduled for Tuesday evening at 5:30 at the Municipal Services Center on Kerper Court.

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