WHAT’S UP WITH THAT: Concord Road pipes


By SUSAN T. LEATHERS
Brentwood Home Page
BHP reader Charles Chase wants to know what’s up with pipes being laid as part of the
Concord Road widening project.




By SUSAN T. LEATHERS
Brentwood Home Page
BHP reader Charles Chase wants to know what’s up with pipes being laid as part of the
Concord Road widening project.
“Most of us know that
Concord road will be widened all the way to Nolensville Road.  At present we have intense work going on west of Sunset Road where they are laying a great deal of large pipe — blue and black.  What will be carried in these pipes?  Does this mean that developments like BonBrook and Willowmet will finally receive Brentwood water, rather than Nolensville water for which we pay a much higher price?”
For the answer I went to Assistant City Manager Kirk Bednar and Jeff Donegan, director of the city’s public works department.
“The large black pipe I think the gentleman is referring to is the Nolensville water line,” Donegan answered. The bad news for Mr. Chase is that Donegan added, “I don’t know of anything going on that will change his provider for his water.”
It’s a fact Bednar confirmed. “Jeff is correct. Nothing related to the
Concord Road project will affect water service provider territories.”
So that’s what’s up with that.
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Kelly Gilfillan is the owner-publisher of Home Page Media Group which has been publishing hyperlocal news since 2009.

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