Governor’s Ranch and Aspen Meadows Irrigation Pump Repair Delayed Due to Irrigation Control Piece

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The Governor’s Ranch and Aspen Meadows non-potable irrigation pump repair has been delayed with the new operational date scheduled for June 3, 2022. The Town of Eaton was informed on Monday, May 23 that a piece needed for irrigation controls was out of stock and not included in the shipment needed to complete the project. A different supplier was located this afternoon who could send the missing piece. The piece has now been shipped, but will not arrive until this Friday, May 27. This delay has forced the project completion date to be pushed out as well.

The Town of Eaton recognizes the frustration this delay may cause and thanks residents for their continued patience. The Eaton Town Board voted at the May 19, 2022 Town Board Meeting to not bill residents in the Governor’s Ranch and Aspen Meadows neighborhood for their non-potable water charges for the month of May 2022. The decision was in reaction to the delayed repair of the neighborhoods’ non-potable irrigation system.

The system is now scheduled to be operational on June 3. Residents should note that once the non-potable water is available, water restrictions will still be in place to preserve the integrity of the irrigation system and to keep from depleting the well which could cause damage. Water restrictions include no watering between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. and a scheduled approach to watering, with residences with even-numbered addresses watering on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays of each week, and residences with odd-numbered addresses watering on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays of each week.

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