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INSET: Showing decades of rust and wear, one of the original pumps in the old water plant has a date of 1908 stamped on the front.

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Sulphur City Manager Andy Freeman, left, and Water Superintendent Michael Jones, look over piping and pumps in the city’s new water plant, which went on line February 6.The new plant replaces a century-old facility that dates back to the early 1900’s.The new plant is located adjacent to the red brick building that housed the town’s old water work’s facility.

City’s New Water Plant Goes Online

$1.53 Million Facility Paid For In Cash; No New Taxes Planned

Most people were completely unaware of a major change-over within the City of Sulphur infrastructure recently.

The event occurred on February 6 when city crews flipped a valve disconnecting the community’s century-old water plant, a facility that once ran on steam pumps.

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