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Brighton Utilities Report -- January 25, 2013

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Brighton Utilities Report -- January 25, 2013

Wastewater  Daily average Plant Influent Flow is 1.942 million gallons per day. Watershop  Utility Locating – Responded and marked 58 utility locate requests.  Emergency Call-Outs – Responded to 16 after hour call outs.  Water Main Breaks:  121 S 14th Ave. Dr. – repaired water line break  795 Loma Linda – repaired service line break  347 S. 4th Ave. - repaired service line break  525 S. 4th – repaired service line break & replaced meter pit  N. 15th & Manor Way- fire hydrant failure


RO Plant
 January 13 - 19: The average water demand was 2.54 million gallons per day.
 The peak day demand was 2.66 million gallons and this occurred on Thursday,
January the 17.
 5,513,000 gallons of water were treated during this period.
 12,366,000 were received through the supplemental supply transmission line.
 For the week of January 13 an average of 69.6% of the water consumed in the
City of Brighton was treated by the City of Thornton.
Stormwater
 Business License Review Program – Eight Business/Permit applications were
reviewed on Innoprise by the Stormwater Division for compliance with
backflow, industrial pre-treatment and/or drainage maintenance requirements.
 Erosion and Sediment Control Inspection – Eight stormwater inspections at
construction sites, two enforcements and two preconstruction meetings.
 MS4 Permit Annual report – The Stormwater Coordinator started compiling
information to write the 2012 annual Report, which has to be submitted to the
State by March 10, 2013.

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