The project involves a 16in. diameter potable well with a 12in. diameter discharge pipe. The well is connected to the existing potable water supply system owned and operated by the City of Oakdale. The well is in a sound-attenuated enclosure with a 200hp vertical turbine pump whose intake is 200 ft. below ground. This project is consistent with the General plan Designation.
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