The regular monthly meeting of the Pecan Grove Municipal Utility District was held at the Pecan Grove Community/Administration building on the evening of December 19, 2023. The next meeting is scheduled for January 30, 2024, in the PGMUD Community/Administration building at 12:00 noon.
Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office
Monthly Contract Report for November 2023
PGVFD Report – November 2023
The first stationary workout fixtures for the West end of the Park are on order and will be installed this winter.
The bench commemorating Joe Wooley’s service to Pecan Grove was installed in December.
There was a concern finding 40 more suitable trees at the county tree farm which is delaying their installation. CDC will be planting the trees and Watt Landscaping will be installing the irrigation.
A new remote operated gate for Pecan Grove Park is on order and should be installed this winter.
Operator’s Report – Si Environmental, LLC
Water sold to Harvest Green is not being metered accurately.
November 2023 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 sludge thickner drive repair is in process, as well as the replacement of the 3” backflow device for the raw water canons and the 4” backflow for the belt press. Also there the HSP #1 failed motor has been repaired for a backup and the #2 motor repair is complete. On Filter Skids A and B a total of 6 membranes have been ordered and will be installed in January.
Repair of booster pump #4 at Water Plant 1 is complete and its motor should be back on line this month.
The sanitary sewer manhole survey is in process.
The South Storm Water Pump station pump #4 repairs are complete.
The following repairs or replacements are in process: installation of a new access key pad for the administration building is in process; a portable generator for the lift stations is on order with delivery in 8-9 months; replacement of the guide rail system at the WWTP is in process.
Also in process are: replacement of the damaged ClO2 tank at the SWTP; repair or replacement of the #3 booster motor at Water Plant #1; replacement of 2 sulfur dioxide scales at the WWTP.
At the end of January the SWTP will be taken off line for annual maintenance and the district will draw all its source water from our wells.
The program to replace high usage residence meters in the district has replaced 1,342 meters this year with 32 this month.
Please remember to call Si Enviro first, if you have an outside water leak.