1990's

1990 - The J.W. Smith Water Production Plant expanded from 6.0 to 12.0 MGD.

1991 - The CCWA constructed a Community Use Building on Lake Shamrock/Blalock.

1992 - The Pate's Creek (Blalock) Reservoir opened for fishing and picnicking. Revenue bonds of $15.5 million were sold to finance system construction.

1993 - Revenue bonds of $31.6 million were sold to finance construction of the system.

1994 - The CCWA acquired the city of Forest Park Water System. The Authority also completed construction of its new headquarters building off of Battle Creek Road in Morrow, later re-named the Jack H. Drew, Sr. Water Authority Headquarters Complex.

1995 - The Melvin Newman Wetlands Center opened.

1996 - The CCWA acquired the city of Jonesboro Water System. The J.W. Smith Community Use Building opened. Melvin Newman retired as General Manager and was replaced by Richard Calhoun. Revenue bonds of $33.08 million were sold to finance construction of the system.

1997 - JWA was hired as public relations counsel to begin a structured public education program for the Authority.

1998 - CH2M HILL was retained by the CCWA as its engineering firm of record. Joe T. Lane was selected as Chairman of the CCWA Board and Wade Brannan was hired as General Manager of the CCWA. Revenue bonds of $24 million were sold to finance construction of the system. Steve Fincher of Fincher & Hecht, LLC was retained as legal counsel for the Authority.

1999 - The Freeman Road Water Production Complex, featuring the ClariCone process, opened with a capacity to treat 10.0 MGD of potable drinking water.

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