All GPIWA water distributions areas with water 24/7. There are no active Boil Water Notices. Utility is back to normal.
To address the lack of water service, due to Hurricane Ian, the GPIWA Board of Directors have voted to suspend water bills for the months of September, October, November, and December for all areas, except Royal Tee and Saddlewood Farms. Royal Tee and Saddlewood will not pay bills for September or October, but due to the general lack of destruction caused to the GPIWA infrastructure, they will have a water bill for November and December. If you have already paid your September bill we will credit that amount to your account.
From our Board of Directors, our staff, and the General Manager we wish you a speedy recovery in these terrible and unprecedented times. We are mindful of your great loss.
Phase 1 – Fruit Streets (Tropical Homesites)
This project was complete in 2021, 39 calendar days ahead of schedule and under budget. The original contract price was $900,769. The final cost was $843,085. The project included a 5% contingency of $42,900 none of which was needed. The additional $14,784 in savings came from not needing to grout in place the old water main 3 inches and less in diameter.
Phase 2 – Fruit Streets
In December 2020, as General Manager I was able to secure pricing for both phases of the Fruit Streets with one contractor Cabana Construction. This was subsequently approved by the Board of Directors at the December 22, 2020 meeting. As we head into Phase 2 (see letter below) this action undoubtedly will save the association thousands of dollars ahead of all supply shortages and price increases.
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