1960's

1960 - Edward L. "Ed" Huie, Jr. was hired as General Manager.

1961 - Pumping stations and a 500,000 gallon storage tank were built in and around areas of Morrow. Revenue bonds of $350,000 were sold to finance construction of the system.

1962 - The Little Cotton Indian Creek Plant was expanded to 4.0 MGD. Revenue bonds of $650,000 were sold to finance further construction of the system.

1964 - The CCWA pursued major expansion of the water system. General obligation bonds of $975,000 and revenue bonds of $1.16 million were sold to finance construction of the system. Elevated tanks at Lovejoy and Crystal Lake were built, with a capacity of 500,000 gallons each. The 170-acre Little Cotton Indian Creek (W. J. Hooper) Reservoir filled with 300 million gallons of capacity. Charles Crawley was selected as Chairman of the CCWA Board.

1965 - The Morrow pumping station was expanded, with an 8.0 MGD pump added. Revenue Bonds of $2.12 million were sold to finance construction of system.

1966 - The Little Cotton Indian Creek (W. J. Hooper) Water Production Plant exp

anded from 4.0 to 10.0 MGD. An elevated tank at Conley Road was built, with 500,000 gallons of storage capacity. The Flint River Plant (W.B. Casey) expanded from 1.0 to 6.0 MGD.

1967 - Revenue bonds of $1.795 million were sold to finance construction of the system. The CCWA completed construction on its headquarters building located off of Lake Harbin Road in Morrow.

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