City of Saline’s Insightful Townhall on Water Plant Developments



The City of Saline is hosting a town hall meeting on November 14 to discuss ongoing projects at the water treatment plant and anticipated improvements to the water system. The meeting, which will be hosted by City Manager O’Toole and several other officials, will also address the functioning of the water system and future projects to enhance it. The session is open to the public, who are invited to ask questions after the presentation.

Saline City Hall Town Hall Discusses Water System Improvements

Saline City Hall is inviting the public to a town hall meeting scheduled for Tuesday, November 14 at 6 p.m. The discussion will revolve around present projects at the water treatment plant and upcoming improvements to the municipal water system.

City Manager O’Toole emphasized, “Our priority is to enhance the quality of drinking water. We are focusing on essential projects at our Water Plant to improve our utility infrastructure.”

The town hall will be addressed by City Manager O’Toole, Public Works Director Sirls, City Engineer Humphriss, and Water and Wastewater Superintendent Bill Briggs. They will provide insights into the functioning of the water system, ongoing projects, and proposed enhancements. Post-presentation, the staff will engage with public queries and concerns.

Details of the Town Hall Meeting

Tuesday, November 14
6 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Saline City Hall
100 N Harris St, Saline, MI 48176

The meeting is open to all. For further information, please contact PR Generalist, Sarah Massey at

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