During a special called meeting Monday, the Richmond Hill City Council approved items that signal possible growth for Caesarstone.
Council approved amendments to the covenant with Caesarstone to increase water and wastewater usage. According to verbiage in the amendments, the reserved minimum sanitary and industrial wastewater-treatment capacity will go from 31,000 gallons a day to 120,000. The guaranteed minimum water capacity for “the entire Ceasarstone operations” would go from 70,000 gallons a day to 120,000.
Further wording in the amendments states that the “agreement is contingent upon Caesarstone’s actual acquisition of land at its Richmond Hill facility and the actual building of additional facilities thereon.”
Council also approved the construction of a force main in the Belfast Commerce Centre to handle the proposed wastewater demands.
For more, see bryancountynews.com and Thursday’s edition of the Bryan County News.