Highlights of Pecan Grove MUD Meeting – March 26, 2024

The regular monthly meeting of the Pecan Grove Municipal Utility District was held at the Pecan Grove Community/Administration building at 12:30 p.m. on March 26, 2024. The next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, April 30, 2024, in the PGMUD Community/Administration building at 3:30 p.m.

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office
Monthly Contract Report for March 2024

PGVFD Report – March 2024

Parks Report

A dedication service for the bench commemorating Joe Woolley’s service to Pecan Grove was held on Saturday, March 30, 2024. Chief Woolley served Pecan Grove as Fire Chief for many years and was highly instrumental in making Pecan Grove Volunteer Fire Department a highly professional organization and in protecting our subdivision and our residents from danger. The bench is located between the fire station and the PGMUD administration building.

The first stationary workout fixtures for the West end of the Park are on order.

Some additional trees for Pecan Grove Park on Pitts Road were planted the last week of March to shade the new walking trail.

A new remote operated gate for Pecan Grove Park is on order.

Operator’s Report – Si Environmental, LLC

February 2024 testing showed that the drinking water system met the state and federal compliance standard for disinfection and there were no permit excursions for the month.
At the SWTP the ClO2 batch tank B replacement is in process. On Filter Skid C a total of 4 membranes have been delivered; the annual GAC exchange was completed on February 5.

The sanitary sewer manhole survey is in process.

The following repairs or replacements are in process or completed: a portable generator for the lift stations is on order with delivery in 6-7 months; replacement of the guide rail system at the WWTP is complete; at the WWTP the incoming potable water backflow replacement as well as the chlorine regulator are in process.

The inspection for district lines containing lead and or copper (pre-1989) mandated by the EPA has begun and must be completed by October 16, 2024. We can anticipate that the lead and copper lines will have to replaced, but we don’t know the extent of the problem, nor has the EPA provided a time line for addressing replacement.

New actions needed include: replacement of the thickner torque monitor at the SWTP as well as replacing 3 weatherization boxes and replacing check valves on the booster pumps at Water Plant #3.

The program to replace high usage residence meters in the district has replaced 1,597 meters since January 2023 with 66 this month.

Please remember to call Si Enviro first, if you have an outside water leak.

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