With an end to the boil water advisory in sight for Montrose, people could be boiling on another matter.
An educational meeting tonight at the Montrose Community Hall (7 p.m.) is expected to draw some heat from the public as the village rolls out the details on a new $1.3-million project for a chlorination facility for water treatment.
The project received the cash boost two weeks ago from the federal government’s Gas Tax Fund.
However, the village wanted to make sure there were no questions about it, said village administrator Kevin Chartres.
“It’s obviously been an issue that has dominated the village for more than a year, so this will provide as much education to the public as we can,” he said.
“And obviously chlorination will be an issue with some people.”
The session will begin with a presentation by the IHA’s environmental health officer, Dan Byron, on water treatment.
As well, the village will have an engineer — Scott Wallace from True Engineering — coming to present on the project.
The floor will then be opened for questions.