The city has been addressing an elevated level of Disinfectant By-Products with a multi-faceted approach.
August numbers are lower than they were around this time last year.
Some residents are fighting a proposed egg farm that could have up to two million hens in rural southwestern Indiana.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management could fine BP up to $25,000 for each violation.
The state of Indiana is looking into building the state’s fourth port, possibly in southeastern Indiana near Cincinnati.
The June 2016 levels are higher than May 2016, but the City of Bloomington says the numbers are lower than June 2015.
The CBU Director says increased rates will help stabilize the finances of the utilities and fund capital investments.
Measures taken to contain Disinfectant By-Products, DBPs, in the Bloomington water supply appear to be successful, though DBPs rose in May.
The Natatorium received a $20 million of renovation before the grand re-opening.
The City of Bloomington Utilities plans to continue testing water monthly and adjusting the treatment process as needed.