The Brunswick-Glynn County Joint Water and Sewer Commission finance and facilities committees recommended the utility commission go ahead with a planned smoke test of the sewer system in the city of Brunswick and part of the county. The full commission voted in June to set aside $325,000 for the project.
Some bids for the project came in well below that. The finance committee voted unanimously to award a $232,000 contract for the test to the Hollywood, Fla., based Public Utility Management Planning Services. Burroughs said he was confident PUMPS could perform the test. We are already underway. Should be a good project and should be done in Early 2020.