The Lula City Council approved several expenditures aimed at mapping out parts of the city’s wastewater treatment plant, which went online earlier this year.
The city agreed at the council meeting Monday night to have the Georgia Mountains Regional Commission use its GIS and GPS technology to chart where the mainline runs from the old pond to the new plant, as well as document the location of the relative valves. The total cost for the projects is $820.
“We know where everything is now,” Mayor Milton Turner said. “But as time goes on and everything is covered up, if we have this done, people here after us can walk right in and find it.”