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WLV City Council to Consider MOU on Three Springs Tank Construction

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At the next Council meeting, the City of Westlake Village City Council will take up a discussion and presumably vote on whether to approve a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District in regards to the tank construction above Three Springs at the Las Virgenes Reservoir. The estimated $12.7 million project to construct the tank is expected to start the first week of March, and last for 18 months with the construction transportation route using city streets: Three Springs Drive to Torchwood, and then onto LVMWD property.

At the last meeting, Councilperson McSweeney requested a delay in the discussion of the MOU so that Mayor Rutherford, who was out of town for the last meeting, could be included and weigh in. (Councilman Rutherford was previously on the committee overseeing community safety.)

Those interested in the project, or the MOU, are encouraged to attend the City Council meeting. February 26, 6:30 PM, in the Council Chambers, City of Westlake Village City Hall, 31200 Oak Crest Drive.