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rethink water JOLIET attend the PUBLIC FORUM The City of Joliet's existing water source is unsustainable, and it's time to select a new source. With the need for the City Council to make a decision in January 2020, NOW is the time to add YOUR voice to has been reduced to five: Ilinois River, Kankakee River, Lake Michigan - DuPage Water Commission, Lake Michigan Chicago Department of Water Management, and Lake Michigan New Indiana Intake. the discussion. The Phase Il study, which analyzed alternatives for cost, sustainability, water quality, governance, and risk, is complete and the draft report is available on the website at RethinkWaterJoliet.org/Reports. This intformation will be presented at the December 5 Public Forum and the City requests YOUR INPUT at the meeting. The need is clear. At the current rate of usage, Joliet's existing water source, the deep well aquifer, will no longer be sustainable by 2030. With that in mind, the City has been studying alternative water sources since August 2018. An initial list of 14 potential altematives SO EVENT SCHEDULE 5:00-5:30 PM Open House 5:30-5:45 PM Study Presentation DECEMBER 5, 2019 5:00-7:00 PM 5:45-6:15 PM Panel Discussion 6:15-7:00 PM Public Comment CANTIGNY VFW 826 Horseshoe Drive Joliet, IL 60435 Visit RethinkWaterJoliet.org for more information. SM-CL1727227 rethink water JOLIET attend the PUBLIC FORUM The City of Joliet's existing water source is unsustainable, and it's time to select a new source. With the need for the City Council to make a decision in January 2020, NOW is the time to add YOUR voice to has been reduced to five: Ilinois River, Kankakee River, Lake Michigan - DuPage Water Commission, Lake Michigan Chicago Department of Water Management, and Lake Michigan New Indiana Intake. the discussion. The Phase Il study, which analyzed alternatives for cost, sustainability, water quality, governance, and risk, is complete and the draft report is available on the website at RethinkWaterJoliet.org/Reports. This intformation will be presented at the December 5 Public Forum and the City requests YOUR INPUT at the meeting. The need is clear. At the current rate of usage, Joliet's existing water source, the deep well aquifer, will no longer be sustainable by 2030. With that in mind, the City has been studying alternative water sources since August 2018. An initial list of 14 potential altematives SO EVENT SCHEDULE 5:00-5:30 PM Open House 5:30-5:45 PM Study Presentation DECEMBER 5, 2019 5:00-7:00 PM 5:45-6:15 PM Panel Discussion 6:15-7:00 PM Public Comment CANTIGNY VFW 826 Horseshoe Drive Joliet, IL 60435 Visit RethinkWaterJoliet.org for more information. SM-CL1727227