FPBH Inc. is doing a study of Crothersville’s water as part of finding a solution to a town well replacement.
Residents connected to the town’s water system can help by submitting comments of any concerns about Crothersville’s water.
Examples would include discoloration, low pressure and low flow.
"This is not about rates but rather the condition of our water," Crothersville Town Council President Danieta Foster said in a post on the town’s Facebook page. "This will help us not only with this project but with moving in a forward direction with bettering our service to you."
The comments need to be in writing and may be placed in the drop box in front of Crothersville Town Hall, 111 E. Howard St.
Brad Bender with FPBH Inc. said his firm is working through the study, which is being funded by the State Revolving Fund.
"We could start gathering comments from the public this month and in January so we can compile that and put it in with all of the rest of what we’re putting together," Bender told the council during a recent meeting.
He encouraged the town to post on Facebook about the need for comments.
"I think it’s just a good part of going forward to get all of the information we can," Bender said. "Anything we can take that comes into the office or through email in any way, shape or form, we’ll all pull together and put it in the report."