Killeen Town Council reviews water infrastructure again and considers supply options | Local News

For the second time in four months, members of Killeen City Council have received analysis on the city’s water infrastructure, including on Tuesday when a consultant explained how his contract with Bell County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1 is structured.

“You have a contract for a bulk water supply — all the water the city needs up to a maximum delivery rate of 42 million gallons per day,” said Lauren Kalisek of the law firm of Austin Lloyd Gosselink. “The term of this contract is for the life of the neighborhood’s outstanding bonds which, at this time I believe, extends to approximately 2040.”

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