How is the water tested for chlorine levels?

Water samples are collected periodically at the well, the water storage tanks, and at various locations within the distribution system. The most frequent testing is for chlorine presence and bacteria absence. Testing for other contaminants occurs at set intervals.

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1. What was the cause of water released on Juarez Street without any warning? Will the new design address these issues?
2. Will other areas such as the golf course and Seaside East be included in the feasibility study?
3. Construction as well as continuous lights and noise will cause a disturbance and impact the residents in the area.
4. Will community input be allowed on the siting?
5. Can the well at MLK School of the Arts be revived?
6. Will the drilling and pumping impact the nearby neighbor's water quality or quantity?
7. Will water storage tanks be required at the well site?
8. What are the exact engineering criteria for choosing a site?
9. How old is well #4?
10. Is the added supply needed for existing customers?
11. Can the City use eminent domain to acquire a site on land that it does not currently own?
12. What type of noise can be expected from a well once in operation?
13. Are sites near Fort Ord possible for collocating?
14. Why is Ord Terrace school property not being considered as a possible location above City Parks?
15. How large will the structure be?
16. How long will a test well be operating as an exploratory well?
17. Will a transcript of the presentation be available?
18. How many customers does SMWS currently serve?
19. How is the water tested for chlorine levels?
20. The wells at General Jim Moore Blvd and Coe Avenue are loud and have bright lights. Will the municipal well also be loud and illuminated?