Round Rock Edition | August 2022


Round Rock City Council Meets Aug. 11 and 25, 6 p.m. 216 E. Main St., Round Rock 512-218-5401 MEETINGS WE COVER working for the Round Rock Fire Department with the possibility of additional certification, education and assignment pay. Candidate requirements are available at NUMBER TO KNOW Total cost to replace tennis court shade structures at the Clay Madsen Recreation Center after they were damaged by tornadoes $103,489.62 CITY HIGHLIGHTS ROUND ROCK The application window for the first ever in-house fire cadet academy held at the city’s Public Safety Training Center will run through Aug. 26. While in the cadet program, participants start out making $48,786.19 annually, adjusted for the length of the program. Cadets who graduate from the academy can make $57,408.42

Officials greenlight BCRUA water, wastewater main projects

ROUND ROCK Officials approved two contracts for repair and remedia- tion of Brushy Creek Regional Utility Authority water and wastewater mains during a July 14 council meeting. The first contract involves a $65,030 repair to a 21-inch wastewater main located at the confluence of the Dry Branch and Brushy creeks, discov- ered in the investigation of BCRUA wastewater lines following excess inflows observed since May 2021. Chasco Construction will repair the leak, allowing the system to operate normally. Chasco Construction also repaired an emergency leak in a wastewater receptor near Hairy Man Road earlier this year. Officials will pay for the project through a self-financed city wastewater construction fund. The second contract is a remedia- tion of a 72-inch water transmission main along New Hope Drive. The remediation will correct settlement of soil around the transmission line, according to Michael Thane, Round

Rock Utilities Department director. While the line is located in Cedar Park, it also serves Leander and Round Rock. The $314,632.89 contract awarded to Austin Under- ground Inc. is reflective of the 51.78% ownership stake Round Rock has in

the line. The total cost for the project is $607,634, and the city’s portion will be paid from its regional water fund. The contract must also be approved by Leander and Cedar Park before work can begin.

ROUND ROCK’S SHARE One of the project contracts approved at the July 14 Round Rock City Council meeting is for a water transmission line remediation for settling of soil around the 72-inch pipe. Round Rock will share the cost of the project with Cedar Park and Leander under the cities’ Brushy Creek Regional Utility Authority partnership.



51.78% : Share of Round Rock ownership Round Rock cost: $314,632.89 Total project cost: $607,634



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