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In response to certain citizen concerns regarding water meter accuracy, the City of Bonney Lake Water Utility sent 43 water meters for many of the customers that had submitted complaints to an independent testing lab in Everett. These included radio-read, wand, and manual meters. The results of testing were mailed to the individual customers involved last week.
The Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 246-290-496, establishes the acceptable water meter accuracy range as +/- 1.50%. Essentially, a meter within the range of 98.5% to 101.5% is legally deemed accurate for billing purposes.
The results of the independent testing were as follows:
- 3 meters out of the 43 meters tested failed to comply with the accuracy standards. All of these meters failed the test by under registering the flow of water. One was a Precision manual read meter with an overall accuracy was 92.46%, and two were Neptune touch read meters that registered 80.42% and 91.71% overall.
- Of the 43 meters tested, 1 tested at 100% overall accuracy, 19 tested between 100-101.25% overall accuracy, and 23 tested between 80.42-100% overall accuracy. The Neptune radio read meters tested between 98.51% and 100.76% overall accuracy. The most accurate meters, as a group, were the Neptune radio read meters.
- No meter proved to register more water (within the 98.5-101.5% accuracy tolerance range) than was actually put through it, which indicates that customers did in fact use the amount of water for which they were billed.
Visit the Utilities web page for this and other utility consumer resources: www.citybonneylake.org/utilities
Utility customers may call 253-447-4317 with questions.
New signal control cabinets will be installed at six existing intersections (192nd, 195th, 198th, 208th, 211th and 214th) to provide better signal communication and traffic flow along SR410 and the respective intersections. The contractor is coordinating with WSDOT and Transportation Systems to change out the Signals starting on Tuesday, January 23, 2018
January 16th (please note the original project dates have been delayed by 1 week). Message boards have been placed on SR410.
The signal change outs will be as follows from 9:00AM – 2:00PM:
Tuesday, January 23: 192nd Ave E
Wednesday, January 24: 195th Ave E
Thursday, January 25: 198th Ave E
Tuesday, January 30: 214TH Ave E
Wednesday, January 31: 211th Ave E
Thursday, February 1: 208th Ave E
For more information please view the related Project Listing: http://www.ci.bonney-lake.wa.us/googlemaps/project_details.php?Project_ID=242
All City Offices will be closed on Monday, January 15, 2018 for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Holiday.
Flags at Bonney Lake city buildings have been lowered to half-mast in honor of fallen Pierce County Deputy Daniel McCartney. Please join us in this recognition.
Our thoughts are with Deputy McCartney’s family, friends, and the department.
The following information was originally posted by Pierce County. For details and questions visit the Pierce County website or call (253) 798-7016.
Pierce County has issued a Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (DSEIS) for the proposed Tehaleh (previously known as Cascadia) Employment Based Planned Community (EBPC): Phase II, pursuant to the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA). The 45-day comment period on the DSEIS ends on February 5, 2018. Tehaleh is located outside the Bonney Lake city limits in unincorporated Pierce County.
Public Open House
A public open house will be held on Wednesday, January 17, 2018, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Swiss Sportsmen’s Club of Tacoma at 9205 1981h Avenue East, Bonney Lake, WA, to provide information and solicit comments on the DSEIS.
View the original Notice from Pierce County via this link: https://palsonline.co.pierce.wa.us/pals/public/documentView?docSysId=997532
Please note the link to the DSEIS in the original notice is incorrect, the correct link to the DSEIS is https://palsonline.co.pierce.wa.us/palsonline/#/permitSearch/permit/documents?applPermitId=784735 Continue reading
The 2018 Citizen Academy is beginning soon. All applications must be submitted by February 16,2018. You can pick up an application at the Bonney Lake Police Department, 18421 Veterans Memorial Dr E or apply online on the Bonney Lake city website. If you work or live in the City of Bonney Lake, you are invited to apply for the Bonney Lake Police Department Citizen’s Academy!
The classes will begin on February 28, 2018. Classes will be held on Monday and Wednesday from 6pm-8:30pm for 7 weeks. There will also be one Saturday class. Class will be held at the Bonney Lake Public Safety Building, 18421 Veterans Memorial Dr E.
Apply today and get a better understanding of the criminal justice system and local police services through education.
All City of Bonney Lake offices including the Bonney Lake Municipal Court will be closed on Monday, January 1, 2018 for the New Year’s Holiday.
All of us at the City wish you a happy and safe holiday weekend!
To report a water/sewer emergency outside of normal business hours, please call the dispatch center at 253.841.5431. In the case of a life-safety emergency, always dial 9-1-1.
The Bonney Lake Arts Commission and Kiwanis Club sponsored the 4th Annual Gingerbread House Contest in conjunction with the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony December 2nd.
The following won first place in their respective categories:
Child – Isabella Stankevitz
Teen – Karly & Liz Piglet
Adult – Diane Larsen
Team – Cancro Family
Thanks to all who entered their tasty creations in this year’s competition.
Dear Bonney Lake Residents and Businesses:
First of all, I appreciate your confidence in electing me to a fourth term as your Mayor. I also want to thank Donn Lewis for his years of service to the City. Donn was a great asset to the City and we will miss his wisdom and sound judgment. Donn chose not to run for re-election and will be replaced by Terry Carter who won a seat on the council in a contested race. Terry is a former Bonney Lake police officer and has a broad understanding of our community issues and needs. We welcome him to the Council and look forward to working with him.
This fall we assumed administration of the Sumner-Bonney Lake joint recreation program that was Continue reading