Milling around high above Clinton


A newly-constructed 500,000-gallon elevated water tank along Southwood Drive is branded with the beginnings of the new Clinton millstone logo at the end of last week, topping off a project that city officials say will be ‘a welcome addition’ to the city’s water system. The tank will help ensure supply and pressure on the south and east sides of town, which is poised for growth. ‘This will be critical moving forward as potential industry needs adequate flow for fire prevention,’ City manager Shawn Purvis said. ‘We already have several industries located along 24/701 that have indicated a desire to increase their production and we hope to encourage more industrial growth in the area.’ (Chris Berendt/Sampson Independent)


A newly-constructed 500,000-gallon elevated water tank along Southwood Drive is branded with the beginnings of the new Clinton millstone logo at the end of last week, topping off a project that city officials say will be ‘a welcome addition’ to the city’s water system. The tank will help ensure supply and pressure on the south and east sides of town, which is poised for growth. ‘This will be critical moving forward as potential industry needs adequate flow for fire prevention,’ City manager Shawn Purvis said. ‘We already have several industries located along 24/701 that have indicated a desire to increase their production and we hope to encourage more industrial growth in the area.’ (Chris Berendt/Sampson Independent)

A newly-constructed 500,000-gallon elevated water tank along Southwood Drive is branded with the beginnings of the new Clinton millstone logo at the end of last week, topping off a project that city officials say will be ‘a welcome addition’ to the city’s water system. The tank will help ensure supply and pressure on the south and east sides of town, which is poised for growth. ‘This will be critical moving forward as potential industry needs adequate flow for fire prevention,’ City manager Shawn Purvis said. ‘We already have several industries located along 24/701 that have indicated a desire to increase their production and we hope to encourage more industrial growth in the area.’ (Chris Berendt/Sampson Independent)
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_watertank.jpgA newly-constructed 500,000-gallon elevated water tank along Southwood Drive is branded with the beginnings of the new Clinton millstone logo at the end of last week, topping off a project that city officials say will be ‘a welcome addition’ to the city’s water system. The tank will help ensure supply and pressure on the south and east sides of town, which is poised for growth. ‘This will be critical moving forward as potential industry needs adequate flow for fire prevention,’ City manager Shawn Purvis said. ‘We already have several industries located along 24/701 that have indicated a desire to increase their production and we hope to encourage more industrial growth in the area.’ (Chris Berendt/Sampson Independent)
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