Officials in Plano took down a water tower on Monday morning through a process called ‘tipping,’ where crews cut the tower base and let the structure fall to its side.
Officials in Plano are getting ready to take down a water tower on Monday morning through a process called ‘tipping’ — cutting the tower at the base as it falls to the side.
You most likely don’t know Ron Perrin. But next time you pour a glass of tap water, you might consider giving him and his crew a toast. Why? Because they work to keep your water clean.
Some North Texas cities are already rolling back water restrictions — just hours after getting the okay. Richardson and McKinney are the first to officially allow residents to run their sprinklers once a week.
Residents who live west of High Road will need to boil their water before using it Tuesday while crews install a new section of piping that will be linked to the town’s new water tower on Freeman Road.
Rodolfo Vazquez was in Kokomo to service a water tower when he fell early Thursday evening.